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1990 
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The 

CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 





"A CONCE 



PRAYER" 




THE BIBLE — We believe the Bible, con- 
sisting of the Old and New Testament, to be 
the only inspired, inerrant, infallible, 
authoritative Word of God written. 

THE TRINITY — We believe that there is one 
God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, 
Son, and Holy Ghost. 

THE LORD JESUS CHRIST — We believe 
in the deity of Christ, in His virgin birth, in 
His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious 
and atoning death through His shed blood, in 
His bodily resurrection, in His ascension to the 
right hand of the Father, and in His personal 
return in power and glory. 



REDEMPTION — We believe that for salvation of lost and sinful man 
regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential. 

THE HOLY SPIRIT — We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit 
by Whose indwelling power and fullness the Christian is enabled to live 
a godly Ufe in this present evil world. 

THE RESURRECTION — We believe in the resurrection of both the sav- 
ed and the lost; they that are saved unto the resurrection of life, and they 
that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation. 



SPIRITUAL UNITY — We believe in the spiritual unity of all beUevers 
in Christ. 



THE SOVEREIGNTY OF CHRIST 

Head of the Church. 
Lord of the Conscience. 

THE UNITY OF CHRIST'S CHURCH 

Redeemed by His death. 
Empowered by His life. 

THE LIBERTY OF CHRIST'S CHURCH 

In the fear of God. 
In the limits of Love. 

THE URGENCY OF CHRIST'S CHURCH 

To evangelize the world. 
To edify the Believer. 




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1990 YEARBOOK 



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The 

CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 



DIRECTORY 

of the 

Officers, Representatives, Committees, 

Associations, Ministers and Churches 

REPORTS 

for the 

Year Ending December 31, 1989 



The YEARBOOK is published annually. Please send corrections and changes of 
information for the 1991 edition to the CCCConference Office, 7582 Currell Blvd., Suite 
m08, St. Paul, MN 55125. 
The COVER reflects the theme of our 1990 Annual Meeting, 'A Concert of Prayer." 



CONFERENCE LEADERSHIP 

From the Conference President 4 

Officers 5 

Board of Directors 6 

Committee Members 7 

Area Representatives 9 

Regional Fellowships 11 

CONFERENCE MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATES 

Ordained Ministers 16 

Ordained Ministers (Associate Members) 29 

Licensed Ministers 30 

Licensed Ministers (Associate Members) 33 

Commissioned Christian Workers 34 

Commissioned Christian Workers (Associate Members) 35 

Lay Preachers 35 

Conference Care 36 

Missionaries Overseas 37 

Missionaries U.S./Canada 38 

Armed Forces Chaplains 39 

Lay Members from Non-Member Churches 40 

REPORTS 

Reports from Member Churches 41 

Totals 70 

Giving from Non-Member Churches 71 

1989 General Fund Statement 72 

1990 Budget 79 

Conference Benefactors 80 

STATEMENTS/DOCUMENTS 

Constitution and By-Laws 84 

The Nature of our Fellowship 95 

Code of Ethics for Ministers 96 

Code of Ethics for Churches 96 

Statement Regarding the Charismatic Movement 98 

Divorce and the Ministry 99 

Homosexuals and the Christian Fellowship 104 

Statement on Abortion 105 

Statement on Pornography and Obscenity 107 

Statement on Ministerial Standing of Women 110 

Other Position Papers Ill 

INFORMATION 

Annual Meetings 112 

Conference Services Offered 113 

FORESEE Publications Inside back cover 



FROM THE 

CONFERENCE 

PRESIDENT 

Have you noticed that everything is 
on computers these days? To me, 
these marvels of modern technology 
are both a bane and a blessing. Fm 
not sure that I am always so happy 
having all my financial and personal 
records so accessible to just anyone 
with the proper hook up and access 
code. On the other hand, when I need 
a problem solved, it is nice to have 
someone able to punch up all the 
information they need right away 
without shuffling through all the files 
and calling back again sometime, 
maybe. 

Well, even our Conference is into 
computers. This year for the first time 
all the information in this Yearbook was set up on the computer and then 
pulled out from it for printing. Hopefully in future years, this will save 
our staff a great deal of work and enable them to produce an even more 
accurate document for our use. As always, computers only give back what 
they receive and your prompt and careful response to inquiries will help 
us produce accurate year books. 

We hope the information in this Yearbook will be only the best kind. 
I mean the kind that helps people and churches understand each other, 
pray for each other, serve each other and work together for the effective 
ministration of the Gospel. Even computers are good when they help us 




JAY L. WARREN 

Conference President 



do these things. 












Jay Warren 




Conference Presidents 




1948-1953 


Dr. H. Ellis Lininger 


1969-1972 


Rev. Wayne Hamilton 


1953-1956 


Rev. Edward G. Smith 


1972-1975 


Rev. A. Barry Jones 


1956-1959 


Alfred Abrahamson 


1975-1978 


Dr. James H. Blackstone, Jr 


1959-1960 


Rev. George Kirgiss 


1978-1981 


Rev. George S. Buhl 


1960-1961 


Dr. Henry Pol 


1981-1984 


Rev. Bruce R. Brown 


1961-1964 


Dr. Lloyd E Dean 


1984-1986 


Rev. Lynn E. Scovil 


1964-1968 


Rev. Samuel T. Hemberger 


1986-1987 


Dr. Graeme C. Smith 


1968-1969 


Dr. Raymond C. Ortlund 


1987- 


Rev. Jay L. Warren 



CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President 1987-90 Term 

Rev. Jay L. Warren (618) 654-7215 

Rt. 3, Box 88 
Highland, IL 62249 

Vice-President .^ 1987-90 Term 

Mr. William V. Nygren ^ (612) 738-4822 

583 Sterling St. 
Maplewood, MN 55119 

Conference Minister 1988-91 Term 

Rev. Clifford R. Christensen (612) 735-8898 

57 Kipling St. 

St. Paul, MN 55119 

Controller 1988-91 Term 

Mr. Orrin H. Bailey (616) 733-4232 

4260 Eastlake Road 
Muskegon, MI 49444 

Editor 1989-92 Term 

Mrs. Gayla Bruning (618) 654-4283 

1515 13th St. 
Highland, IL 62249 

Historian 1989-92 Term 

Rev. Rodney Wetzig (319) 346-1318 

504 Bethel St. 
Parkersburg, lA 50665 

Recording Secretary 1988-91 Term 

Rev. Douglas M. Jones (517) 224-3482 

2620 E. Maple Rapids Road 
Eureka, MI 48833 

Treasurer 1989-92 Term 

Mr. John D. Nygren (612)731-2340 

579 Sterling St. 
Maplewood, MN 55119 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

1987-90 Term 

Rev. V. Sam Archer (403) 547-0193 

Box 155, Sub 158, Calgary, Alberta T1Y-6M0 

Rev. Stephen A. Gammon (804) 499-1383 

4405 Hudgins Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23455 

Dr. Arthur E. Gay, Jr. (312) 696-2347 

704 South Crescent Avenue, Park Ridge, IL 60068 

Mr. Jack C. Stine (815) 235-2052 

2183 Cardinal Drive, Freeport, IL 61032 

1988-91 Term 

Dr. Paul A. Cedar (818) 795-7221 

848 W. Huntington Drive, -33, Arcadia, CA 91006 

Mr. Jacob R. Haffner (414) 235-0663 

804 Osborn Avenue, Oshkosh, WI 54901 

Mr. Ellsworth Rupp (716) 532-3287 

12954 Versailles Road, Irving, NY 14081 

Rev. Larry E. Scovil (308) 632-3860 

317 W. 40th Street, Scottsbluff, NE 69361 

1989-92 Term 

Rev. Robert G. Hall (212) 220-3652 

2232 Andrews Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453 

Rev. Ernest H. Richter (619) 753-7317 

706 Teaberry, Encinitas, CA 92024 

Dr. Mark A. Uebersax (517) 625-7748 

2846 W. Braden Road, Perry, MI 48872 

Rev. George L. Wood (818) 441-1243 

536 Fremont, South Pasadena, CA 91030 



1990 Term 



COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

(*denotes committee chairman) 
1991 Term 



Joseph C. Moravec 



* Larry Wentzel 



* Carlton Walker 



♦George Buhl 



CONFERENCE EDUCATION 

*Jerry Bricker 

CONFERENCE GROWTH 

Ron Pinard 

CONSTITUTION STUDY 

LaRue Goetz 

CREDENTIALS 

Lloyd Dean 
Clarence Schultz 



1992 Term 

Richard O'Hara 

John Riggs 

David Eisley 

Ed Whitman 
Nick Granitsas 



EDITORIAL 

Kit Uebersax 

FINANCE 

* Leslie Pierce 

FORESEE PUBLICATIONS 

John Stoll 

(the board appointed Harold Steinhauser as Treasurer 
and Paul Chamberlin as Controller) 

FRATERNAL RELATIONS 



Paul Astbury 



Hugh McCracken 



*Dennis Greenwald 



John Cunningham 

Gary Wiessner 

Pat Nygren 



'Graeme Smith 



James Mathewson 



'Keith Greer 



Charles Koch 



Graeme Smith 



Stuart Nutter 



*Sam Burton 



Ron Sylvester 



Ernest Richter 

MINISTRY 

George Ensworth 

MISSIONS 

Paul Shaw 

NOMINATING 

Donald Ehler 

(the board appointed Bruce Brown and Thomas Maher 
to one-year terms on this committee.) 

PROGRAM 

(In accordance with By-Law III, 12, the board appointed 

Donald Ehler, Doug Jones, Christian Martin, Mrs. Marti Schultz, 

and * Larry Scovil to one-year terms on this committee. 

The Conference Minister appointed Jack and Marilyn Nygren 

as co-registrars.) 



COMMITTEE MEMBERS continued 



CHILDREN'S 

(In accordance with By-Law III, 12, a, the board appointed 

*Becky Alles, Sheryl Weigandt, and Vicki Miller 

to one-year terms on this committee.) 

YOUTH 

(In accordance with By-Law III, 12, b, the board appointed 

*Craig Cramblet, Dave Dunham, and Garry Schick 

to one-year terms on this committee.) 

WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES 

Wanda Evans *Erna Webster Janice Mason 



AREA REPRESENTATIVES 

(♦denotes chairman) 

MAINE 

Rev. Stephen L. Burkett (207) 834-5555 

35 Pleasant St., Fort Kent, ME 04743 

NEW ENGLAND 

Rev. David M. Midwood (508) 373-3034 

767 Broadway, Haverhill, MA 01832 

EASTERN NEW YORK AND VERMONT 

Rev. Carlton K. Walker (518) 346-3538 

628 Pearse Road, Schenectady, NY 12309 

GREATER NEW YORK CITY 

Rev. Robert G. Hall (212) 220-3652 

2232 Andrews Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453 

WESTERN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA 

Rev. Wayne J. Hamilton (716) 484-3191 

704 Jefferson St., Jamestown, NY 14701 

EASTERN VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA 

Rev. David B. Gilbert (919) 584-9473 

P.O. Box 127, Altamahaw, NC 27202 

OHIO 

Rev. James Mathewson (216) 488-0900 

Box 156, Robertsville, OH 44670 

MICHIGAN 

*Rev. William H. Pacey (313) 749-9857 

58725 Main St., New Haven, MI 48048 

WISCONSIN 

Rev. Donald A. Ehler (608) 489-3114 

620 High Avenue, Hillsboro, WI 54634 

NORTHERN ILLINOIS 

Rev. John C. Riggs (312) 892-8142 

1 South Cypress Street, North Aurora, IL 60542 



AREA REPRESENTATIVES continued 

INDIANA 

Rev. Robert Schmitz (317) 759-6835 

8009 NCR 500W, Muncie, IN 47304 

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, MISSOURI 

Rev. Jay L. Warren (618) 654-7215 

Rt. 3, Box 88, Highland, IL 62249 

UPPER MIDWEST 

Rev. Dennis Greenwald (612) 356-2137 

411 4th St. NW, Avon, MN 56310 

CENTRAL MIDWEST 

Rev. Tim C. Tiner (913) 463-5559 

308 10th St., P.O. Box 308, Milford, KS 66514 

GREAT PLAINS 

Rev. Charles (Bob) F. Meehan (406) 482-1574 

402 9th Ave. SW, Sidney, MT 59270 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS 

Rev. Larry E. Scovil (308) 632-3860 

317 W. 40th St., Scottsbluff, NE 69361 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST 

Rev. Gary Gardell (208) 448-2115 

P.O. Box 1030, Priest River, ID 83856 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 

Dr. Reidar Magnussen (619) 433-7147 

4539 Kittiwake Way, Oceanside, CA 92056 

CHAPLAINS 

Chaplain Jerry Malone (201) 542-7454 

29 Russel, Fort Monmouth, NJ 07703 



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REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS 

The following groups are in formal Associated Relationship with the 
Conservative Congregational Christian Conference as set forth in Article 
VI of the Constitution. 

CANADA: CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 
IN ONTARIO 

President: Mr. Keith McMinn, RR-1, Goodwood, Ont. LOC-IAO 
1st Vice-President: Mr. Dan Schut, RR-2, Stouffville, Ont. L4A-7X3 
2nd Vice-President: Rev. John Rice, 928 Safari Drive, Kingston, Ont. 

K7M-6X7 
Clerk: Mrs. Cathy Horlick, Cone. 5, RR-2, Keswick, Ont. L4P-3E9 
Treasurer: Mrs. Cathy HorHck, Cone. 5, RR-2, Keswick, Ont. L4P-3E9 
Board Members: Mrs. Margaret Boucher, 1074 Greenwood Ave., Toronto, 

Ont. M4J-4E3; Mrs Florence Yakeley, 201 Harold Ave., Stouffville, Ont. 

L4A-1B2; Mrs. Gwen Pegg, RR-1, Queensway N., Keswick, Ont. 

L4P-3C8 
Auditors: Mr. Clarence Fockler, Rev. Clare Hart 
Credentials Committee: Rev. Grace Irwin, Rev. Doris Way, Rev. Walter 

Riegert, Mr. William Bastedo, Rev. John Tweedie 
Tidings: Editor and Publisher — Rev. John Rice 
Historian: Mrs. Florence Yakeley 
Women: President— Margaret Boucher; Vice-President— Florence Yakeley; 

Treasurer — Francis Vague 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FELLOWSHIP OF THE CCCC 

Moderator: Rev. Max Vague, 809 Alberta Avenue, Oceanside, CA 92054 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Charles Van Kirk, P.O. Box, Running Springs, CA 
92302 

THE CENTRAL MIDWEST CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator: Rev. Ralph Jackman, 1716 W. Wilman, Emporia, KS 66801 
Scribe: Rev. Steve Felker, Box 235, Hanston, KS 67849 
Ti-easurer: Rev. Tim Tiner, Box 308, Milford, KS 66514 



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REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS continued 

GREAT PLAINS CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator: Mr. Roland Schock, 607 Dakota St., Elgin, ND 58533 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Arthur Wetzel, Box 715, Hazen, ND 58545 
Secretary: Rev. Gary L. Wood, Rt. 1, Box 220B, Mott, ND 58646 
Treasurer: Mr. Allen Kohl, PC Box 139, Rt. 1, Elgin, ND 58533 

Committees: 
Credentials and Placement: Rev. Clinton Birst, Box 539, Turtle Lake, ND 

58575; Rev. Milbert Ortman, Box 275, Martin, ND 58758; Rev. Bob 

Meehan, 116-4th Ave. NW, Sidney, MT 59270 
Youth: Rev. Michael Malanga, 112 3rd Ave., NW, Beulah, ND 58523; Laurel 

Tveit, Hazen, ND 58545; Rev. Lafe Murray, 400 W. Park, Elgin, ND 

58533 
Nominating: Mr. Ed Wagner, Box 327, Turtle Lake, ND 58575; Mr. Harvey 

Sprenger, RR2, Box 56, Elgin, ND 58533; Rev. Jerry Van Curler, Drawer 

H, Kulm, ND 58456 



MAINE ASSOCIATION OF CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
AND COMMUNITY CHURCHES 

Moderator: Rev. Douglas Walker, HCR 70, Box 210S, Limington, ME, 

04049 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Warren Feustal, 36 Mitchell St., Mechanic Falls, Me, 

04256 
Clerk: Mr. David Stauffer, RED 2, Box 171, Gardiner, ME, 04345 
Treasurer: Mrs. Galen WilHamson, Star Rt. 67, Dixfield, ME, 04224 

Committees: 
Credentials & Placement: Mr. Peter Parent, Mr. John Pokrifka, Mr. Don 

Whitney 
Publications: Mrs. Mary Pearson, Mrs. Cheryl Stauffer, Mrs. Marion Foss 
Home Missions-Church Outreach: Rev. Nathaniel Pearson, Rev. Warren 

Feustal, Mrs. Mary Bailey 
Women's Activities: Mrs. Faye Pokrifka, Mrs. Betty Esterbrook, Mrs. Betty 

Strout 



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REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS continued 



CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN 
CONFERENCE OF MICHIGAN 

Moderator: Rev. Gary Evans, 4072 Clifton Ridge, Highland, MI 48031 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Jeff Meyers, Rt 2, Box 1053, Atlanta, MI 49709 
Scribe: Mrs. Kit L. Uebersax, 130 East Second St., Perry, MI 48872 
Treasurer: Mr. C.R. DeVinney, 36935 Highview, New Baltimore, MI 48047 

Committees: 
Credentials: Rev. William Randall, Rev. William Pacey, Dr. James 

Longhurst 
Nominating: Rev. Karl Woodmansee, Rev. Thomas Maher, Rev. Robert 

Wilber 
Women's: Mrs. Becky Meyers, Mrs. Roberta Woodmansee, Mrs. Beulah 

Pacey 

NEW ENGLAND 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator: Rev. Bruce Brown, 4 Plympton St., Middleboro, MA 02346 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Norman Townsend, 32 York St., Andover, MA 01810 
Scribe: Rev. John B. Eklund, 207 Main St., Kingston, MA 02364 
Treasurer: Mr. Frank G. Nilson, 15 Bungay Rd., Mansfield, MA 02048 
Publications Committee: Rev. Paul W. Astbury, P.O. Box 492, East 
Douglas, MA 01516 

OHIO REGIONAL OF THE CONSERVATIVE 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

Moderator: Rev. Paul Jones, 62 Vine St., Peebles, OH 45660 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Warren Mason, 5400 Hein Ave. SE, E. Canton, OH 

44730 
Treasurer: Mr. Hugh McCracken, 2150 Homeworth, Alliance, OH 44601 
Secretary: Rev. James Mathewson, 10556 Lincoln St., SE, East Canton, 

OH 44730 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST FELLOWSHIP OF THE 

CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

President: Rev. Alan Wyatt, 140 Vine Street, Oregon City, OR 97045 
Secretary: Mr. Larry Truman, 7058 N. Olin, Portland, OR 97203 



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REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS continued 



UPPER MIDWEST CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator: Rev. Larry Steel, 1827 Wyoming Ave., Superior, WI 54880 
Vice-Moderator: Mr. Terry Wilkinson, N. 214 1st St., Spring Valley, WI 

54767 
Secretary: Rev. Rod Wetzig, 504 Bethel St., Parkersburg, lA 50665 
Treasurer: Mr. John Nygren, 579 Sterling St., Maplewood, MN 55119 
Registrar: Mr. Jim Johnson, 1 Windsor St., Superior, WI 54880 

THE CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 

COMMUNITY CHURCHES 

OF WESTERN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA 

Moderator: Rev. Gerald Haglund, 135 Connecticut Ave., Jamestown, NY 

14701 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Timothy Chase, 3783 Riceville Rd., Machias, NY 

14101 
Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Dorothy Hamilton, 704 Jefferson St., Jamestown, 

NY 14701 
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. Julia Spaulding, RDl, Kennedy. NY 

14747 
Fraternal Relations Coordinator: Rev. Wayne Hamilton, 704 Jefferson St., 

Jamestown, NY 14701 

Committees: 
Youth: Mr. Clifford Jones, Chairman; Rev. Gary Henry, Mr. Richard Keefer 
Men's Activities: Rev. Charles Taylor, Chairman; Rev. Richard Hamilton; 

Mr. Jonathan Evans 
Women's Activitives: Mrs. Harriett Rupp, Chairman; Mrs. Cindy Durbin 
Nominating: Rev. Harley Acker, Chairman; Rev. Gerald Haglund; Mr. Herb 

Shay 
Constitution Study: Rev. Wayne Hamilton, Chairman; Rev. Howard 

Landes; Rev. Charles Taylor 

GREATER HUDSON VALLEY 
CONGREGATIONAL FELLOWSHIP 

Moderator: Rev. Richard Chaffee, 2366 Otisco Valley Road, Marietta, NY 

13110 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Miles Hall, 94 Delmar Place, Delmar, NY 12054 
Secretary: Rev. James Hale, 183 Adams St., Delmar, NY 12054 
Treasurer: Vacant 



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REGIONAL FELLOWSHIPS continued 



VIRGINIA/NORTH CAROLINA 

FELLOWSHIP OF THE CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

Moderator: Rev. Dave Gilbert, P.O. Box 127, Altamahaw, NC 27202 
Vice-Moderator: Rev. Donald Williams, Rt. 5, Box 41, Mebane, NC 27302 
Scribe: Vacant 
Treasurer: Mr. Ed Bresko, 10006 Easy St., Disputanta, VA 23842 



WISCONSIN FELLOWSHIP OF CONSERVATIVE 
CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES 

President: Rev. Carroll Pahl, P.O. Box 245, Wilton, WI 54670 
Vice-President: Rev. Donald Ehler, 620 High Ave., Hillsboro, WI 54634 
Secretary: Rev. David Eisley, 1325 Georgia St., Oshkosh, WI 54901 
Treasurer: Mr. Albert Pfaffenroth, 5500 Angle Rd., Oshkosh, WI 54904 

Committees: 

Credentials: Mr. Albert Pfaffenroth, Chairman; Rev. Donald Ehler; Rev. 

Jeff Evans 
Nominating: Rev. Jeff Evans, Chairman; Rev. Lynn Scovil 
Youth: Rev. Michael Newlin, Chairman; Mr. Mike Luker; Mr. George 

Anderson 
Church Planting: Rev. Donald Dewing, Chairman; Rev. Donald Ehler; Rev. 

Lynn Scovil; Mr. Jacob Haffner 
Editorial: Rev. Carroll Pahl, Chairman; Rev. David Heidemann 



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36 



MEMBER MISSIONARIES OVERSEAS 



David A Baer 


Costa Rica 


Latin America Mission 


Alden Barrows 


Brazil 


Fellowship of Independent 
Missions 


Dayna Blair 


Uganda 


Africa Inland Mission 


Mark Blair 


Uganda 


Africa Inland Mission 


Dean W. Carlson 


Southern Africa 


O.C. Ministries 


Phyllis Chamberlain 


Japan 


TEAM 


Hubert Clevenger 


Brazil 


OMS International 


Malcolm Collins 


Kenya 


Africa Inland Mission 


James Crouch 


Nigeria 


Sudan Interior Mission 


Helmuth Egelkraut 


West Germany 


Evangelische Missionschule 


Lion S. Erwteman 


Netherlands 


Army Chaplain 


Marvin L. Eyler 


Japan 


Overseas Crusades 


Allen Fadel 


Japan 


TEAM 


Gilberto Filsinger 


Brazil 


Fellowship of Independent 
Missions 


Helen Flisinger 


Brazil 


Fellowship of Independent 
Missions 


Vernon Friesen 


Burkina, Faso 


Sudan Interior Mission 


Jean Goddard 


Papua, New Guinea 


Wycliffe Bible Translators 


Frankie E. Goheen 


Caribbean 


TEAM 


Richard H. Goheen 


Caribbean 


TEAM 


Timothy Halls 


Guatemala 


Overseas Crusades 


Kaarina Ham 


Austria 


Youth for Christ 


Robert Hill 


Greece 


Greater Europe Mission 


Trudi C. Hunt 


W. Africa 


Wycliffe Bible Translators 


Edward Iwan 


Kenya 


Sudan Interior Mission 


Bruce Jenkins 


Ireland 


Global Outreach Mission 


David L. Johnston 


Egypt 


Young Life 


Robin Kietzman 


Austria 


Slavic Gospel Association 


Albert Klein 


Taiwan 


TEAM 


Manfred Kohl 


W. Germany 


World Vision, Int. 


Eduard Moehl 


W. Germany 


Overseas Crusades 


Diane Moore 


Philippines 


Wycliffe Bible Translators 


Karl Nielsen 


Africa 


Wycliffe Bible Translators 


Linda Nielsen 


Africa 


Wycliffe Bible Translators 


David O'Brien 


Liberia 


Sudan Interior Mission 


Lillian Palmberg 


Belgium 


Gospel Missionary Union 


Bruce A. Pinke 


Liberia 


WEC International 


Stephen Richardson 


Indonesia 


Pioneers 


Dieter A. Schmidt 


Japan 


Overseas Missionary Fellowship 


Ken Shay 


Taiwan 


Overseas Crusades, Inc. 


Marion Shay 


Taiwan 


Overseas Crusades, Inc. 


Francisco Souza (de) 


Brazil 


Centro Evangelico Hokma 


David Thompson 


Brazil 


Brazil Inland Mission 


Robert Thompson 


Brazil 


Brazil Inland Mission 


Leslie Van Vorst 


Australia 


Reverby Congregatonal Church 


Carolyn Waltz 


Colombia 


Wycliffe Bible Translators 


John Winston 


France 


French Evangelical Seminary 


Dayna Wutke 


C. America 


Global Outreach 



37 



MEMBER MISSIONARIES BASED IN 

U.S./Canada 

Divide, CO 
Calgary, Canada 



Fred Acord 
Sam Archer 
David Bekowies 
Bruce W. Bell 
John Bernard 
David Benson 
Brian Bliss 
Johannes Botha 
David Bryant 
Sam W. Burton 
Ralph Camp 

Luis A. Cataldo 
Noel Churchman 
Robert Culver 
Dan Curran 
Donald Dewing 
Brian K. Eckheart 
Wallace Erickson 
John Erwin 
Norman Fitch 
Daniel J. Fritz 
Chester Frantz 
Evelyn Gleason 
Fred Gleason 
LaRue Goetz 
Martin Granger 
Lorraine Halvorsen 
A.D. Hartmark 
Wayne R. Herman 
Robert Hill 
Karl Holsberg 
Lee Holthaus 
Lawrence Keyes 
Robert Lanning 
Allen Little 
Brian Mandigo 
Delbert C. Maxfield 
Edwin Messerschmidt 
Gregory Monaco 
David B. Morgan 
Raymond Ortlund 
Theodore W. Pampeyan 
William Pape 
Robert Penrod 
Daniel Pulliam 
Dennis Repko 
Peter Robicheau 
Roland L. Rose 
Moishe Rosen 
Paul Shaw 
Joe Shultz 
Randall Siever 



Concord, CA 
Phoenix, AZ 
Medway, MA 
Santa Barbara, CA 
Yucaipa, CA 
Citrus Heights, CA 
Madison, WI 
Chula Vista, CA 
Hanford, CA 

Clarendon Hills, IL 
Ontario, Canada 
Decatur, GA 
Edmonds, WA 
Crandon, WI 
Pasadena, CA 
Colorado Springs, CO 
Leesburg, VA 
Coos Bay, OR 
Chicago, IL 
Waxham, NC 
Phoenix, AZ 
Phoenix, AZ 
Bismarck, ND 
Springfield, VA 
North Evans, NY 
St. Paul, MN 
Bellevue, WA 
Pasadena, CA 
Herndon, VA 
AnnapoUs, MD 
Milpitas, CA 
Kailua-Kona, HI 
Marlette, MI 
Franklinville, NY 
Littleton, CO 
Eclectic, AL 
Des Plaines, IL 
Wolfeboro, NH 
Corona del Mar, CA 
Yucaipa, CA 
St. Catherine, Canada 
Michigan City, IN 
Anacortes, WA 
Pasadena, CA 
Maiden, MA 
Salisbury, MD 
San Francisco, CA 
Clearwater, FL 
Lower Salem, OH 
Sparks, NV 



Sudan Interior Mission 

TEAM 

Young Life 

Food for the Hungry 

United World Mission 

Russia for Christ 

Sudan Interior Mission 

Reach Out to Africa 

Concerts of Prayer, Int'l 

Tecate Mission 

Lemoore Christian Servicemen's 

Centers 
Young Life 
Christian Horizons 
International Students, Inc. 
Campus Crusade for Christ 
Midwest Indian Mission 
Zwemer Institute 
Compassion, Int. 
Maryland Sheriff's Boy Ranch 
Village Missions 
Model, Inc. 

Wycliffe Bible Translators 
Navajo Gospel Mission 
Navajo Gospel Mission 
Steer, Inc. 
Youth for Christ 
The City Mission 
Door of Hope Mission 
Cape Evang. Bible Institute 
Greek Bible Institute 
Concord Ministries 
BGC Mission Work 
Overseas Crusades 
Ripe Harvest Ministries 
Teen Ranch YFC 
American Missionary Fellowship 
Denver Rescue Mission 
Great Commission Foundation 
Youth for Christ 
Leadership Center 
Renewal Ministries 
Leadership Renewal Center 
TEAM 

Child Evangelism Fellowship 
Church and Pastoral Services 
Navigators 

Transformation Ministries 
Tecate Mission 
Jews for Jesus 
United World Mission 
Campus Living Association 
Young Life 



38 



MEMBER MISSIONARIES continued 



Edgar Silvoso 
Elven Smith 
Emmanouel Smpraos 
Ernest C. Stone 
Rob Spiegel 
Edward Summers 
Judy Summers 
John Stoll 
Martyn Thomas 
James Tonkowich 
Salvatore Varsalone 
Kathryn Waldner 
Phillip E. Webster 
William Welzien 
Kenneth Wendling 
Robert Xavier 
Tlivya Zaretsky 



San Jose, CA 
Bellevue, WA 
Needham, MA 
Poway, CA 
Guam 

Willow Street, PA 
Willow Street, PA 
Minneapolis, MN 
Alberta, Canada 
Avon, CT 
Canton, OH 
Pasadena, CA 
Kennebunkport, ME 
Key West, FL 
Arcadia, CA 
Palmetto, FL 
San Francisco, CA 



Harvest Evangelism, Inc. 

Navigators 

Global Outreach Mission 

Missions Ministries 

Spiritual Overseers Services 

Wycliffe Bible Translators 

Wycliffe Bible Translators 

ASK, Inc. 

Canadian Bible Society 

FOCUS 

Campus Living Association 

Church Resource Ministries 

International Students, Inc. 

Welcome Home Ministry 

English Language Institute 

Set Free Ministry 

Jews for Jesus 



ARMED FORCES CHAPLAINS 

(♦denotes Area Representative) 



James Boyd 


Edgewater, MD 


Army Nat'l Guard 


Nathanael Carr 


Camp LeJeune, NC 


U.S. Navy 


Lester Felker (Retired) 


Aurora, CO 


U.S. Air Force 


Francis Fly (Retired) 


Newport News, VA 


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Stephen Gammon 


Virginia Beach, VA 


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James Hollywood 


San Pedro, CA 


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Robert Leroe 


West Germany 


U.S. Army 


*Jerry Malone 


Fort Monmouth, NJ 


U.S. Army 


Warner Simo 


Sierra Vista 


U.S. Army 


Stephen Sloat 


Honolulu, HI 


U.S. Navy 


Larry Towne 


Austin, TX 


U.S. Air Force 


Alvin Williams (Retired) 


Redlands, CA 


U.S. Army 


Kenneth Winters 


Groton, CT 


U.S. Navy 



If interested in Chaplaincy program, contact Jerry Malone or Clarence Schultz. 



ARMED FORCES 
RESERVE CHAPLAINS 



Charles M. Horvath 
Douglas W. Knighton 
Steven Morgan 
Ralph E. Plumb 
John T. Priest 
Joseph H. Weidler 



Ft. Devens, MA 
Griffis ARB, IN 
Long Beach, CA 
Upland, CA 
San Jose, CA 
Ft. Drum, NY 



U.S. Air Force 
U.S. Air Force 
U.S. Navy 
U.S. Navy 
U.S. Army 
Army Nat'l Guard 



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LAY MEMBERS 
FROM NON-MEMBER CHURCHES 

Branch, Mrs. Lois, 48 A Choate St., Essex, MA 01929 

Buhl, Mrs. Grace B., 5 Sunset Rd., Kingston, MA 02364 

Coleman, Mr. David, Rt. #3, Box 73, Willow Hill, IL 62480 

Grossman, Mr. Thomas A.H., P.O. Box 1507, Newport News, VA 23601 

Davis, Mr. & Mrs. John R., 1216 Rock Springs Rd., San Marcos, GA 92069 

Grice, Mr. & Mrs. Robert E., 3184 Via de Gaballo, Encinitas, GA 92024 

Hamilton, Mrs. Dorothy, 704 Jefferson Ave., Jamestown, NY 14701 

Hasbrouck, Lawrence, 2721 GaroUne Way, Arcadia, GA 91006 

Hawthorne, Kirk W., R.R.#5, Oakton Acres, Ottawa, IL 61350 

Henry, Mr. & Mrs. Gary, Webster Rd., Westfield, NY 14787 

Kelley, Mr. Ralph E., 266 E. Freedom St., Ravenna, OH 44266 

Leonard, Mrs. Janice, 837 S. Ghestnut Ave., Arlington Heights, IL 60005 

Manos, Mr. Dale E., 15-15th Ave., Haverhill, MA 01830 

Marmon, Mr. & Mrs. Ralph, Marmon Rd., Port Leyden, NY 13433 

McRoberts, John G., 206 E. 6th St., Mishawaka, IN 46544 

Mehnert, Mr. Thomas H., 627 Edwards Rd., Annapolis, MD 21401 

Schaap, Mrs. Edward, 627 Maple Dr., Dundee, MI 48131 

Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley, 420 Madison, Ravenna, OH 44266 

Steinke, Mr. Robert E., Rt. 1, Box 58, Artemas, PA 17211 

Stewart, Mrs. Sandra. HGR 676, Box 2786, Solon Springs, WI 54873 

Stueckle, Mr. J.A. Whitman Gonv. Gtr., Almata Rd., Golfax, WA 99111 

Tatem, Mrs. FLoy, Box 205, Eastford, GT 06242 

Tatem, Mr. & Mrs. Stewart M., Box 205, Eastford, GT 06242 

Walden, WiUiam G., Ill, 21 Fomer Rd., Southampton, MA 01073 

Watts, Mr. & Mrs. PhiHp E., 64 S. Elm St., W Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Whitman, Mrs. Sandy, 574 Main St., Box 140, E. Dennis, MA 02641 

Wildes, Mrs. Gynthia G., 7111 142nd Ave. N. #84, Largo, FL 34641 

Williams, Mr. David A., 8700 Galmont Ave. #85, Fort Worth, TX 76116 



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Sands, Lee and Dewald 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

Five East County Road B, Suite One 

EiwYN H SANDS Saint Paul. Minnesota 551 1 7 Telephone: (61 2) 489-1 393 

QERALD I LEE 
STEVEN E DEWALO 
DARREU J ANDERSON 



INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT 



To the Board of Directors 

of Conservative Congregational Christian Conference 

St. Paul, Minnesota 

We have audited the balance sheet of the Conservative Congregational Christian 
Conference (a non-profit organization) as of December 31, 1989, and the related 
statement of support, revenue, and expenses and changes in fund balance and 
statement of functional expenses for the year then ended. These financial 
statements are the responsibility of the Conference's management. Our responsi- 
bility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our 
audit. 

We conducted our audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. 
Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable 
assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material mis- 
statements. An audit includes examining on a test basis, evidence supporting 
the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. An audit also includes 
assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by 
management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. 
We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion. 

In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, 
in all material respects, the financial position of the Conservative Congregational 
Christian Conference as of December 31, 1989, and the results of its operations 
and changes in its fund balance for the year then ended in conformity with 
generally accepted accounting principles. 



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St. Paul, Minnesota 
February 23, 1990 



72 



Conservative Congregational 
Christian Conference 



(2) 



BALANCE SHEET 
DECEMBER 31. 1989 



ASSETS 
Current 
Cash on Hand and in Banks 
Investments - Certificate of Deposits 
Prepaid Expenses 
Prepaid Insurance 

Total Current Assets 

Buildings and Equipment 
Building - Office Condominium 
Furniture and Equipment 

Total 
Less: Accumulated Depreciation 

Net Value - Buildings and Equipment 

Total Assets 

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 
Current Liabilities 
Accounts Payable 

Fund Balances 
Current Fund - Undesignated 
Building and Equipment Fund - Unexpended 

- Expended 
Special Designated Funds 
Total Fund Balances 

Total Liabilities and Fund Balances 





Building & 


Special 


Total 


General 


Equipment 


Designated 


All 


Fund 


Fund 


Funds 


Funds 


$ 10,578 


$ 1.906 


$ 58,478 


$ 70,962 


10.000 






10,000 


1.188 






1,188 


840 






840 


22,606 


1.906 


58,478 


82.990 




151,268 




151.268 




18.814 




18.814 




170,082 




170,082 




(31.442) 




(31,442) 




138.640 




138,640 


$ 22.606 


$140,546 


$ 58,478 


$221,630 


$ 4.452 




$ 1,175 


$ 5,627 


18.154 






18,154 




1,906 




1,906 




138,640 




138.640 






57,303 
57,303 


57.303 


18,154 


140,546 


216.003 


$ 22,606 


$140,546 


$ 58,478 


$221,630 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements. 



73 



Conservative Congregational 
Christian Conference 



(3) 



STATEMENT OF SUPPORT, REVENUE AND EXPENSES AND 

CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1989 



Building & Special Total 
General Equipment Designated All 
Fund Fund Funds Funds 



Support and Revenue 














Contributions: 














Churches 


$ 63,509 










$ 63,509 


Ministers' Memberships and 














Gifts 


37,209 










37,209 


Lay gifts 


8,597 










8,597 


Forsee 


6,500 










6,500 


Associations 


1,840 










1,840 


Other 


2,054 


$ 


250 






2,304 


Programs 








$148, 


,712 


148,712 


Interest Income 


3,981 










3,981 



Total Support and Revenue 123,690 

Expenses 

Program Services: 

General Fund 112,163 

Special Designated Funds 
Support Services: 

General and Administrative 35,517 

Total Expenses 147,680 

Excess (Deficiency) of Support and 

Revenue Over Expenses (23,990) 



Other Changes in Fund Balances: 

Transfer of Depreciation Expense 

to Building and Equipment Fund 
Transfers From Annual Meeting 

Fund 
Transfer to Association Dues Fund 
Other Transfers 

Total Other Changes 



Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 

Fund Balance, End of Year ' $ 18,154 



250 



148,712 272,652 



112,163 
133,196 133,196 



35,517 



250 



15,516 



133,196 280,876 



(8,224) 



5,597 


(5,597) 






11,179 
(3,099) 
298 


3,000 


(14,179) 
3,099 
(298) 
(11,378) 




13,975 


(2,597) 


-0- 


28,169 


142,893 


53,165 


224,227 



$140,546 $ 57,303 $216,003 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements. 



74 



Conservative Congregational 
Christian Conference 



(A) 



STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES 
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1989 



Staff Support: 

Salary and Allowances 
Housing - Rent 
Health Insurance 
Annuity 

Total Staff Support 

Travel 



Program 


Services 


Support 
Services 






Special 
Designated 




General 


General and 




Fund 


Funds 


Administrative 
$ 1,315 


Totals 


? 24,985 




$ 26,300 


9,500 




500 


10,000 


2.235 




118 


2,353 


2,280 




120 


2,400 


39,000 


^ 


2,053 


41,053 


11,150 






11,150 



Office Facilities: 
Association Fees 
Telephone 
Other 



2,326 



Total Office Facilities 


2,326 


Office Operations: 




Salaries 


29,164 


Printing 


2,452 


Supplies 


3,246 


Postage 


5,207 


Other 




Total Office Operations 


40,069 


Board and Committee Expenses: 




Mid-Winter Board Meeting 


1,074 


Committee Expenses 


6,675 


Professional Services 




Total Board and Committee 




Expense 


7,749 


Publications: 




Forsee 


6,305 


Yearbook 


4,144 


Total Publications 


10,449 


Contributions : 




NAE Chaplaincy 


620 


NAE 


250 


Other 


550 



4,650 


4,650 


775 


3,101 


2,923 


2,923 


8,348 


10,674 


9,722 


38,886 


273 


2,725 


373 


3,619 


1,302 


6,509 


2,205 


2,205 


13,875 


53,944 


4,295 


5,369 


24 


6,699 


1,325 


1,325 


5,644 


13,393 




6,305 




4,144 




10,449 




620 




250 




550 



Total Contributions 



1,420 



1,420 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements. 



75 



Conservative Congregational 

Christian Conference (5) 



STATEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES (Continued) 
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1989 



Special Designated Funds: 

Annual Meeting 

Ministers' Annuities 

Church Extension 

Contributions and Other 

Total Special Designated Funds 
Totals Before Depreciation 

Depreciation of Building and 
Equipment 5,597 5,597 



Program 


Services 


Support 






Special 
Designated 


Services 




General 


General and 




Fund 


Funds 


Administrative 


Totals 




$ 66,337 


$ 66,337 




32,779 




32,779 




3,A15 




3,415 




30,665 




30,665 




133,196 
133,196 




133,196 


112,163 


29,920 


275,279 



Total Expenses $ 112,163 $ 133,196 $ 35.517 $280,876 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of these financial statements 



76 



Conservative Congregational Christian Conference (6) 

December 31, 1989 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



1. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 

The following is a summary of significant accounting policies followed 
in the preparation of these financial statements: 

Basis of Accoutning 

The Conference maintains its accounting records on the basis of cash 
receipts and disbursements. For financial statement purposes, however, 
both beginning and year-end balances have been converted to the accrual 
method of accounting. 

Property 

Property is recorded at cost and depreciated over the estimated useful 
lives of the individual depreciable assets by the straight line method. 

Maintenance, repairs and minor renewals are charged to expense while major 
renewals and betterments are capitalized. 

Allocated Expenses 

Expenses by function have been allocated among program and supporting 
services classifications on the basis of estimates made by the Conference's 
management . 

2. Office Facilities 

In 1983 the Conference purchased an office condominium located in St. Paul, 
Minnesota at a total cost of $151,268.00. This property is currently being 
used by the Conference as its headquarters. The purchase price was funded 
entirely through contributions and required no additional financing. 

3. Annuity Plan 

The Conference offers to its members on a voluntary basis a contributory 
deferred compensation plan. 

4. Depreciation Expense 

For the year ended December 31, 1989 depreciation expense was as follows: 

Asset Description 

Building - Office Condominium $3,782 

Furniture and Equipment 1,815 

Total $5,597 



77 



Conservative Congregat iona] Clirlstian Conferenc 
December 31, 1989 



(7) 



NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (Continued) 



3. Special Designations 

The cash balance at December 31, 1989 includes $57,303.4A of undistributed 
receipts designated for specific purposes as follows: 



Balance Balance 

1/1/89 Receipts Disbursements 12/31/89 



Ministers' Annuities 


$ 5. 


,331. 


66 


$ 32,423.38 


$ 


32, 


,779.17 


$ 4,975.87 


Church Extension 


4, 


,042. 


,86 


6,824.87 




3, 


,415.11 


7,452.62 


Designated 




215. 


,50 


82.74 






298.24 




Women's Project 


A. 


,593. 


,45 


844.57 




4, 


,626.77 


811.25 


Cornerstone Corps 


2 


,295. 


.72 


2,574.67 




4, 


,782.89 


87.50 


Office Equipment Fund 


1 


,246. 


,00 


3,250.00 




4, 


,496.00(1) 




World Relief 


9 


,009. 


,71 


8,783.54 




11: 


,407.68 


6,385.57 


Mission Account 


9 


,039, 


,21 








500.00 


8,539.21 


Annual Meeting 


A 


,830, 


,97 


79,600.53 




81 


,847.62(2) 


2,583.88 


Building Facilities 


14 


,007, 


.01 


3,010.00 








17,017.01 


Emergency Scholarship 




509, 


.50 


1,015.00 




1 


,500.00 


24.50 


Micronesia Mission 




205, 


.49 


15,021.78 




10 


,844.19 


4,383.08 


Congregational Studies 


















Conference 








1,163.88 




1 


,570.69 


(406.81) 


Association Dues 








3,099.76(3) 






3,099.76 


WECF Scholarship 








2,375.00 
$160,069.72 


$158 


25.00 
,093.36 


2,350.00 


Totals 


$55 


.327, 


.08 


$57,303.44 



(1) Transferred To Building and Equipment Fund 

(2) Includes Transfers To Other Funds of $14,593.57 

(3) Transferred From General Fund 

Tax Status 

The Conference has filed for and received tax exempt status under Internal 
Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). 



78 



1990 CONFERENCE BUDGET 

RECEIPTS 

Churches $70,000 

Ministers 39,500 

Laymen 12,500 

Foresee Publications 9,000 

Other 9,500 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $140,500 

EXPENSES 
CONFERENCE MINISTER 

Salary $27,600 

Medical Benefits 2,300 

Annuity 2,400 

Housing 10,000 

TOTAL $42,300 

TRAVEL 

Conference Minister 6,500 

Other Officers 500 

TOTAL $7,000 

OFFICE EXPENSES 

Association Fees 5,000 

Utilities 600 

Telephone 3,300 

Equipment Maintenance 2,000 

Printing 2,700 

Supplies 2,500 

Postage 7,500 

Salaries 39,700 

Other 1,200 

TOTAL $64,500 

BOARD/COMMITTEE EXPENSES 

Mid-Winter Board Meeting 5,000 

Audit/Legal Fees 2,000 

Other 100 

Area Representatives 2,000 

Credentials Committee 2,000 

Other Committees 1,200 

TOTAL $12,300 

PUBLICATIONS 

Yearbook 4,300 

Foresee 8,000 

Other 500 

TOTAL 12,800 

CONTRIBUTIONS 

NAE 250 

NAE Chaplaincy 680 

Historical Society 25 

WECF 500 

TOTAL $1,455 

TOTAL EXPENSES $140,355 



79 



1989 CONFERENCE BENEFACTORS 



Aho, Mr. & Mrs. Everett J. 
Antoniotti, Miss Gladys L. 
Aslakson, Ms. Isabelle M. 

Bailey, Mr. & Mrs. Orrin H. 
Baker, Miss Beverly 
Balvance, Mrs. Josephine 
Bashaw, Mrs. Ruth Fay 
Baum, Mrs. Rhoda 
Bechtel, Mr. & Mrs. Donald K. 
Berdan, Mrs. Maurine W. 
Berthelot, Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. 
Botts, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy F. 
Boucher, Mr & Mrs. W. E. 
Bowman, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene 
Bradway, Mrs. Naomi 
Bresko, Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. 
Burrows, Mrs. Gloria J. 

Carlson, Mr. & Mrs. Laurie 

Carr, Ms. Naomi 

Cloutier, Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. 

Coleman, Mr. David F. 

Coleman, Mrs. Patricia M. 

Cook, Miss Marie L. 

Grossman, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. H. 

Cuffey, Dr. & Mrs. James 

Culy, Mrs. Mary C. 

Dawson, Mr. & Mrs. Glen 
DeMaire, Mrs. Allegra M. 
DeVinney, Mr. & Mrs. C. R. 
Doyle, Mrs. Thomas F. 
Dutton, Mr. & Mrs. Francis H. 
Dutton, Mr. George W. 

Farrow, Mr. H. M. 

Fegler, Mr. & Mrs. Walter L. 

Felchha, Mr. & Mrs. Albert 



Bedford, MA 
Kingston, MA 
New Rockford, ND 

Muskegon, MI 
Fowler, MI 
Buffalo Center, lA 
Rockford, IL 
Calumet City, IL 
East Canton, OH 
Bayard, NE 
Lake Jackson, TX 
St. Ann, MO 
Toronto, Ont. Canada 
Cook, MN 
St. Paul, MN 
Disputanta, VA 
Hamburg, NY 

Batavia, IL 
Lincoln, KS 
Seekonk, MA 
Willow Hill, IL 
Hinsdale, IL 
Lake View, NY 
Newport News, VA 
Bloomington, IN 
La Farge, WI 

Pasadena, CA 
New Haven, MI 
New Baltimore, MI 
Wollaston, MA 
Carlisle, MA 
Temple, NH 

N. Aurora, IL 
Gering, NE 
Highland, IL 



80 



CONFERENCE BENEFACTORS Continued 



Gaiser, Mr. James M. 
Greenwood, Miss Oral 
Gregerson, Mr. & Mrs. Gene 
Guba, Miss Anne 



Carlsbad, CA 
Newton, IL 
St. Paul, MN 
Kingston, MA 



Hale, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice P. 
Harris, Rev. & Mrs. Amos 
Heiple, Ms. Karen 
Hemberger, Mrs. Anna K. 
Henegar, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. 
Heston, Miss Irene 
Hibst, Mr. & Mrs. Dale V. 
Hibst, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene K. 
Hougen, Ms. Hazel 
Hudson, Mr. & Mrs. Steven 
Hug, Mr. & Mrs. Waldo E. 
Humphrey, Ms. Faith M. 
Hunting, Mr. Ward M. 



Scotia, NY 
Bayard, NE 
Bancroft, MI 
Batavia, IL 
New Haven, MI 
Beloit, OH 
Freeport, IL 
Freeport, IL 
Melstone, MT 
Milford, KS 
Highland, IL 
Wilton, WI 
New Salem, MA 



Jahnke, Miss Augusta (Nony) 
Jennison, Mr. & Mrs. James H. 
Jesse, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth B. 
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon M. 
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. James E. 
Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. 



St. Paul, MN 
Encinitas, CA 
St. Paul, MN 
Arcadia, CA 
Superior, WI 
Bemus Point, NY 



Keasler, Miss J. Bobette 
Keller, Mr. & Mrs. Moran C. 
Kinton, Miss Evelyn R. 
Kleinendorst, Mr. & Mrs. Cecil M. 
Konsor, Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. 
Korte, Mrs. Eugene B. 
Krueger, Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 
Kuhn, Mr. & Mrs. WilUam H. 



Aurora, IL 
Robinson, IL 
N. Aurora, IL 
St. Paul, MN 
Avon, MN 
Highland, IL 
Kingston, MA 
Clarks, NE 



Laurenti, Mrs. Arlene 
Lawry, Mr. & Mrs. Mark H. 
Levin, Miss Bethel J. 
Linger, Mrs. Mabel F. 
Luttrell, Mr. & Mrs. Philip 
Lyon, Mr. & Mrs. E. Paul 



Kingston, MA 
Milford, OH 
St. Paul, MN 
Oshkosh, WI 
Frankfort, IN 
Highland, IL 



81 



CONFERENCE BENEFACTORS Continued 



McCracken, Mr. & Mrs. Hugh E. 
Marsh, Mr. & Mrs. Frank B. 
Mastin, Mr. & Mrs. Douglas E. 
Miller, Mr. & Mrs. David C. 
Mills, Mr. & Mrs. Joe F. 
Morrison, Rev. & Mrs. Donald R. 



Alliance, OH 
Kennedy, NY 
Canal Fulton, OH 
Brocton, NY 
Tulsa, OK 
Lovell, ME 



Naatz, Mr, & Mrs. Harry R. 
Neiwert, Mrs. Ida 
Nelson, Mr. & Mrs. Richard V. 
Nelson, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley 
Neuharth, Mr. William 
Nutz, Mr. & Mrs.Fred 
Nygren, Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. 
Nygren, Mr. & Mrs. William V. 



Mantorville, MN 
Burley, ID 
Stillwater, MN 
Superior, WI 
New Rockford, ND 
Harvey, ND 
Maplewood, MN 
Maplewood, MN 



Oyer, Rev. & Mrs. A. G. 



Lakewood, NY 



Peters, Mr. & Mrs. Floyd 
PhiUips, Mr. Harold A. 
Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie 
Pohly, Mr. G. Edgar 
Powell, Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. 
Punzel, Mrs. Miriam E. 



Superior, WI 
Canterbury, CT 
Tulsa, OK 
Richmond, MI 
Superior, WI 
Highland, IL 



Rathbun, Mr. & Mrs. Glenn 
Rauwerdink, Mr. & Mrs. Warren J. 
Rawson, Mr. & Mrs. Peter 
Reyes, Mr. & Mrs. Tom T. 
Ridpath, Ms. Alice 
Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Jack L. 
Roberts, Mrs. Marjorie C. 
Roe, Mr. <& Mrs. Isaiah F. 
Ryan, Mrs. Robert H. 



Owosso, MI 
Oshkosh, WI 
E. Chatham, NY 
Torrance, CA 
Durand, MI 
Bronx, NY 
E. Berkshire, VT 
Highland, IL 
Bloomingdale, MI 



Sagar, Mrs. Evelyn 
Schaible, Mrs. Emma 
Schneider, Mr. & Mrs. Philip 
Shaver, Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. 
Shervy, Mrs. Mildred 
Shumaker, Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. 
Shumaker, Mr. & Mrs. William J. 



Pawtucket, RI 
Mott, ND 
Milwaukee, WI 
Cottage Grove, MN 
Naperville, IL 
Villa Ridge, IL 
Villa Ridge, IL 



82 



CONFERENCE BENEFACTORS Continued 



Soules, Mrs. Ardys B. 
Steele, Miss Beverly B. 
Steinhauser, Dr. & Mrs. Harold 
Steinke, Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 
Stine, Mr. & Mrs. Jack C. 
Strand, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 
Strobel, Mr. & Mrs. Emil J. 
Sturtevant, Miss Ruth 

Tatem, Mr. & Mrs. Stewart M. 
Taylor, Rev. Richard H. 
Tillie, Mrs. M. Geraldine 
Tomko, Mr. & Mrs. J. C. 
Tompkins, Mr. & Mrs. Russell 
Town, Mrs. Lucile 



Chattanooga, TN 
Thompsonville, MI 
Davis Junction, IL 
Artemas, PA 
Freeport, IL 
Minneapolis, MN 
Bethune, CO 
Kingston, MA 

Eastford, CT 
Benton Harbor, MI 
Honor, MI 
Prince George, VA 
Scotia, NY 
Portland, NY 



Uebersax, Mr. & Mrs. Mark 



Perry, MI 



Vanderleest, Mr. & Mrs. G. A. 
Voskuyl, Dr. & Mrs. Roger J. 



Arcadia, CA 
Santa Barbara, CA 



Wagner, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin 
Wagner, Mrs. Violet 
Walker, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth E. 
Wallace, Mr. & Mrs. Luther B. 
Wallace, Mrs. Marquerite A. 
Walton, Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm 
Watts, Mr. & Mrs. Phihp E. 
Welles, Dr. & Mrs. Marshall P. 
Wheaton, Mr. & Mrs. Edward D. 
Whitcher, Mrs. Fern 
Wiering, Rev. Peter 
Wilcox, Mrs. Kathryn 
Wildes, Mrs. Cynthia C. 
Williams, Mr. David A. 
Witham, Mr. & Mrs. Elmer E. 
Wolters, Mr. Dennis 
Wright, Rev. & Mrs. Latham E. 

Yaghoobian, Mrs. Josephine 

Zeyl, Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. 



Turtle Lake, ND 
Turtle Lake, ND 
Cambridge, NY 
Vista, CA 
St. Paul, MN 
Highland, MI 
W. Bridgewater, MA 
Pasadena, CA 
N. Aurora, IL 
Platteville, WI 
Minneapolis, MN 
Mantorville, MN 
Largo, FL 
Fort Worth, TX 
White Bear Lake, MN 
Little Falls, MN 
Verona, WI 

Pawtucket, RI 

Kingston, RI 



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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE 

CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 

CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE 

1978 

PREAMBLE 



In gratitude to Almighty God for the gift of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ; 
and believing that, to the glory of God, the task of the church of Jesus Christ is two-fold, 
i.e., the evangelization of the world and the edification of the saint; and believing further 
that there is a definite need among congregationally governed churches of historic Biblical 
persuasion for an association to assist them in the performance of said task; We, therefore, 
as autonomous churches declaring our unqualifed belief in the entire Word of God written, 
humbly invoking the guidance of the Holy Spirit, have covenanted together to form such 
an association. 

Article I — Name 

The name of this organization shall be: THE CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE, hereinafter called the Conference. 

Article II — Purpose 

1. To deepen and extend the fellowship of our churches. 

2. To encourage a steadfast. Biblical witness by our churches. 

3. To facilitate co-operation and counsel among our churches with regard to evangelism, 
edification. Christian education, stewardship, missions, church extension, Christian action, 
women's and men's fellowships, youth activities, the pastoral ministry, and other related 
concerns. 

4. To preserve and promote the Scriptural principles of the automony of the local church 
and the freedom of the believer in Christ. 

Article III— Statement of Faith 

1. We believe the Bible, consisting of the Old and New Testament, to be the only inspired, 
inerrant, infallible, authoritative Word of God written. 

2. We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son and 
Holy Ghost. 

3. We believe in the deity of Chri&t, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, 
in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His bodily resurrection, in 
His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and in His personal return in power and glory. 

4. We believe that for salvation of lost and sinful man regeneration by the Holy Spirit 
is absolutely essential. 

5. We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by Whose indwelling power and 
fullness the Christian is enabled to live a godly life in this present evil world. 

6. We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; they that are saved unto 
the resurrection of life, and they that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation. 

7. We believe in the spiritual unity of all beUevers in Christ, 



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Article IV— Statement of Polity 

1. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Head of His body, the Church universal, and of 
each local church. 

2. We believe that each local church is in itself a complete church, and therefore 
autonomous and possesses all rights and responsibilities of the church by the Holy Spirit 
as set forth in the Holy Scriptures. 

3. We believe that Jesus Christ exercises His authority in each local church by the Holy 
Spirit and through the Holy Scriptures. 

4. We believe that each local church is ultimately answerable only to Jesus Christ, and 
not to any association, conference, council, synod or any other ecclesiastical body. 

5. We believe that it is proper and beneficial for each local church to seek fellowship 
and counsel of other such local churches. 

Article V — Membership 

1. Membership in this Conference shall be attained by the voluntary association of 
churches, ministers or individual laymen who find themselves in full accord with the Statement 
of Faith and Statement of Polity (Articles III, IV) of this constitution, and with the general 
principles of this Conference as set forth in the constitution and by-laws. Conference 
membership, whether of church, minister or laymen, may be subject to review by the ensuing 
annual meeting of the Conference. Ministerial membership shall be accorded on the basis 
of the approved ministerial standards of the Conference, as set forth in the by-laws of this 
constitution. Churches are not necessarily barred from membership because of other affiliations 
so long as they adhere to the Statement of Faith and the Statement of Polity and the workings 
of the Conference. Individual lay membership may be held only be members of Congregational 
Christian Churches which are not member churches of this Conference, or by members of 
other congregationally governed local churches which also are not members of this Conference, 
In the event that a non-member church joins this Conference, the individual lay membership 
of any of its members ceases. 

2. A church, minister or individual lay member may withdraw from membership in this 
Conference at any time by its or his own action, and will be removed from the membership 
roll when written notice of such action is given to the Chairman of the Credentials Committee. 

3. In the event that there is received a written statement that a member church, minister 
or individual lay member has departed from the standards of faith and practice set forth 
in this constitution and by-Laws, the Committee on Credentials shall make a careful 
investigation of the matter. If the charge appears to the Committee to be justified, and is 
received in accordance with I Timothy 5:19 from at least two or three witnesses, then the 
Committee shall report the matter to the Conference for appropriate action. The Committee 
on Credentials shall file their report in writing with the Recording Secretary of this Conference 
and the party accused at least thirty days prior to the annual or special meeting at which 
the report is to be considered. The right to appeal to the Conference by the party accused 
is presupposed. 

Article VI— Associated Relationships 

1. The Conservative Congregational Christian Conference encourages the forming of local 
fellowships, conferences, or associations, of churches and ministers who are in accordance 
with Article V, Section 1, of the constitution and who are in sympathy with the statements 
of faith and polity of this Conference. 

Fellowships, conferences, or associations, whether state or area, may be recognized in 
this associated relationship upon request to and approval by the Credentials Committee, Such 
action will be subject to review by the ensuing annual meeting of the Conference. 

Recognition by the Conference does not bestow membership in this Conference upon 
churches or ministers of the respective groups. Churches, ministers, or individual laymen, 
may attain voluntary membership according to Article V — Membership, of this constitution. 

Fellowships, conferences or associations, recognized by this Conference, will be represented 
in the Conference business meetings by the delegates of their member churches which are 
also members of this Conference. 



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Article VII — Meetings 

1. ANNUAL MEETING. There shall be an annual meeting of the Conference at such 
time and place as determined by the Executive Committee, unless the same are specifically 
designated by the annual meeting of the previous year. 

2. SPECIAL MEETINGS. These may be called at the direction of the Executive 
Committee, or upon written request of members representing one-fifth of the total membership 
of the Conference. 

3. REPRESENTATION. Churches becoming members of the Conference shall be entitled 
to representation at various meetings of the Conference by the pastors and two lay delegates 
who shall be members of that local church for the first 100 members or fraction thereof and 
thereafter one delegate who is a member of that local church for each 500 members or fraction 
thereof. 

Voting privileges at Conference meetings shall also be extended to ministerial members 
who are without a charge, to individual lay members of the Conference, with the understanding 
that not more than one layman from any non-member church shall be entitled to vote, and 
to all Conference Officers and members of the Board of Directors. 

4. PROCEDURE. The guide for parliamentary procedure in all meetings shall be Robert's 
Rules of Order. Revised, in all cases not covered by special rules of this Constitution and 
By-Laws. 

Article VIII— Officers 

1. The elected officers of this Conference shall be: 

a. A President, a Vice-President, a Recording Secretary, a Conference Minister, a 
Treasurer, a Controller, an Editor, and a Historian. 

b. The term of office for each of the above officers shall be three years, and for the 
duration of their tenure they shall be ex-offico members of the Conference Board of 
Directors with full voting rights. 

c. The terms of the President and the Vice-President shall expire simultaneously; and 
the following year the terms of the Conference Minister, the Recording Secretary and 
the Controller shall expire. The third year the terms of the Editor, Treasurer, and Historian 
shall expire. 

d. With the exception of the Conference Minister, Recording Secretary, Controller, 
Editor and Treasurer, all Conference officers shall be limited to one term in a particular 
office but following a one year lapse, their eligibility for re-election will be restored. No 
Conference officer, except for the Conference Minister, may serve more than nine (9) 
consecutive years in Conference offices without a lapse of at least one (1) year between 
those offices. 

2. The duly elected officers of the said Conference shall hold their office until their 
successors are chosen and installed in their stead which shall be at the annual meeting at 
which they are elected. 

3. If for any reason an officer chooses to resign, a letter of resignation shall be directed 
to the President, who in turn shall call it to the attention of the Board of Directors, which 
Board will have the power to accept such a resignation between the meetings of the Conference. 
This procedure shall also be follo^yed if any members of the Board of Directors choose to 
resign. In the event that the President resigns, the letter of resignation shall be directed to 
the Conference Minister, who shall present it to the Board of Directors for action. 

Article IX — Board of Directors 

1. The business of the Conference shall be conducted by a Board of Directors, numbering 
not fewer than twelve nor more than thirty members, and shall include the elected officers 
of the Conference. The initial board having been elected in three equal groups, for one year, 
for two years, and three years, respectively, one-third of the membership of the Board of 
Directors (exclusively of the Conference Officers named in Article VIII who are ex-officio 
members of the Board with full voting rights) shall be elected annually for a term of three 
years, in future annual meetings of the Conference. No Board member may be elected to 
two full consecutive terms without a minimum of a one year lapse, after which eligibility 
will be restored. No Board member, elected to that position, may serve concurrently as a 
Conference officer. In the election of Board members, consideration shall be given to 
geographic representation and to representation from the Conference committees. 

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2. The Board of Directors shall establish an Executive Committee, to consist of the officers 
of the Conference. The Board may delegate to the Executive Committee such of its powers 
and authority as may be deemed necessary for the proper functioning of the Conference. 

3. The Board of Directors shall fill any vacancy arising among the officers of the Con- 
ference or in the board itself, until the next annual meeting of the Conference at which time 
the Conference shall fill the vacancy for the unexpired term. 

4. The Board of Directors shall have power to endorse a ministerial member of the 
Conference for the military chaplaincy upon the recommendation of the Credentials 
Committee. This endorsement is subject to review by the annual meeting of the Conference. 

5. The Board of Directors shall appoint annually the Conference representative on the 
chaplaincy Commission of the National Association of Evangelicals. He shall automatically 
be one of the five members of the Credentials Committee. 

6. The Board of Directors shall establish Foresee Publications as the Christian Education 
supply and publication arm of the Conference; such operation to be under the direction of 
the Board of Directors. 

7. Any action of the Board of Directors may be subject to review and ratification by the 
Conference at its annual meeting or any special meeting. 

Article X— Incorporation 

This revised constitution and by-Laws shall become the constitution and by-Laws of the 
Corporation established under the constitution and by-Laws replaced by this instrument. 

Article XI — By-Laws 

The Conference shall adopt such by-Laws as it shall deem appropriate and necessary for 
the operation of the Conference. The by-Laws shall provide for the manner of amendment 
thereof. 

Article XII— Amendments 

Amendments to this constitution shall be proposed in writing by submitting the same 
to the Recording Secretary at the annual meeting preceding their consideration for adoption. 
These amendments shall be read to the annual meeting and copies of the same shall be mailed 
as soon as possible after the annual meeting at which they are first proposed to each of the 
Conference members (churches, ministers, and individual lay members). A two-thirds favorable 
vote of the delegates duly elected, and of others entitled to vote (See Article VII, paragraph 
3), shall be required for adoption; and the orderly numbering, lettering, capitalization and 
spelling of the Articles shall be cared for by the Constitution Study Committee. 

Article XIII — Dissolution 

No part of the net earnings or other assets of this Conference shall ever inure to the benefit 
of any donor, member, or officer of this Conference, or of any private individual. No donor, 
member, individual committee, associate or affiliate member or officer of this Conference 
shall be entitled to be a recipient in the distribution of any assets of this Conference upon 
dissolution. Any assets of said Conference must be distributed or given to one or more 
organizations recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as one organized exclusively for 
religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes. 



BY-LAWS 

I— Board of Directors 

1. The property and business of the Conference shall be managed by the Board of Directors. 

2. The President of the Conference shall serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors, 
and shall preside at all meetings. 

3. Regular meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held at such time and place as 
shall be determined by the Board, but not less than once a year. 



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4. Special meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the Conference President 
on one month's notice to each Board member. Such meeting, may be also called by the 
Conference Minister in like manner upon written request of any five members of the Board. 
A business quorum shall be any majority of the members of the Board. 

5. The Board of Directors shall keep written minutes of each meeting, which are to be 
made available to the Conference upon request. 

6. The Board of Directors may employ or cause to be employed such other persons as 
the needs of the Conference may require. 

II— Officers 

1. The Board of Directors or the Executive Committee may appoint in addition to the 
offices provided for in the Constitution such assistant secretaries, assistant treasurers and 
other subordinate officers and agents as may be deemed necessary. Such appointed officer, 
shall hold office for the terms of, and exercise the powers and perform the duties assigned 
to them by the action of the appointing body. 

2. The President shall be the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Executive 
Committee, and shall preside at all their meetings, as well as at the meeting of the Conference 
as a whole. He may, with the consent of the Board of Directors, delegate to other elected 
officers of the Conference such presidential authority and power as may be deemed necessary 
and appropriate to facilitate Conference operations. He shall, under authority of the Board 
of Directors, have general oversight over the ministry of the Conference. 

3. The Vice-President shall, in the absence of the President, perform the duties and 
functions of his office, and in addition thereto such other duties as the Board of Directors 
may from time to time prescribe. 

4. The Recording Secretary, or a temporary substitute, shall attend all meetings of the 
Board of Directors and of the Conference and cause to be recorded all the votes and minutes 
of all proceedings in a book to be kept for that purpose. He shall perform all such other 
duties as may be prescribed by the Board of Directors or the Executive Committee. 

5. The Conference Minister shall be the Executive Director and Pastor of the Conference. 
He shall promote and represent the Conference to both members and non-members, in order 
to accomplish the purpose of the Conference as stated in Article II, Sections 1-4 of the 
Constitution. He shall be responsible for the functioning of all committees. He shall have 
an advisory relationship with the various regional fellowships associated with the Conference. 
He shall conduct the official correspondence of the Conference, and shall give notice of all 
meetings of the members and of the Conference committees. 

He shall be responsible for the registration for the annual meeting. He shall maintain 
an official record of the Conference membership and have custody of the Conference seal 
which he shall apply with his signature to any documents requiring it when authorized by 
the Board of Directors, Executive Committee or the President. He shall receive and process 
all money received by the Conference according to procedures developed in conjunction with 
the Treasurer and the Finance Committee. He shall perform such other duties as. may be 
prescribed by the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee or the President under whose 
supervision he shall be. 

6. The Treasurer shall have custody of the corporate funds and securities of the Conference, 
and shall cause the same to be kept in a safe deposit box as directed by the Board of Directors. 
He shall cause to be kept full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements in books 
belonging to the Conference, and shall deposit all monies and other valuable effects in the 
name of and credit of the Conference, in repositories indicated by the Board of Directors. 
The Board of Directors are to see that the Treasurer's books be audited annually by an approved 
certified public accountant, the report of which will be made directly to the Board of Directors 
and be made available to the Conference membership. 

7. The Historian shall act as a repository for materials of historical interest, maintain 
an historical account of the Conference from its inception and promote an interest in the 
churches in the details of their own histories and anniversaries. 

8. The Editor shall serve as a member of the Editorial Committee and shall serve in addition 
to the three elected members of this committee. 

9. The Controller shall approve the expenditures of all monies in accordance with the 
adopted budget. He shall assist the Treasurer in the preparation of the budget for presentation 
to the Board of Directors at the annual meeting. He shall make such recommendations to 
the Board of Directors for the handling of funds that he deems necessary for proper 
stewardship. 

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Ill — Committees 

In addition to the Executive Committee, the following Conference Life Committees shall 
be provided to serve Conference members. The Chairman of each Committee shall be 
appointed by the Board of Directors. The Committees, while subject to the Board of Directors, 
shall function under the supervision of the Conference Minister. 

1. A Conference Education Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a 
rotating basis for three-year terms. This Committee shall make available a continuing education 
program for member ministers serving our churches who are in need of additional training. 
It shall encourage the mentoring of less experienced ministers by those who are more 
experienced and mature. The Committee shall seek to promote a better understanding of 
Congregationalism in general within the Conference. 

2. A Conference Growth Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating 
basis for three-year terms. This Committee shall encourage and stimulate the growth of the 
Conference, as a whole, by providing, the Conference constituency with information concerning 
the establishment of new churches and concerning needy churches to whom assistance and 
counsel would be helpful. The Committee shall seek to interest non-affiliated congregationally 
governed churches in Conference membership. 

3. A Constitution Study Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating 
basis for three-year terms. This Committee shall annually review the Constitution and By-Laws, 
offer for consideration any appropriate revisions or amendments, and take necessary procedural 
steps to bring them before the Conference. This Committee shall study also the constitutional 
problems for local churches at the request of the same, and recommend suggestions for im- 
proving the constitution thereof. 

4. A Credentials Committee of five to be elected by the Board of Directors on a rotating 
basis for three-year terms; the Conference Minister shall be an ex-officio member of this 
Committee. This Committee shall have the following duties: 

a. The Committee shall receive and review all applications for membership in the 
Conference. In making such a review, the Committee shall make every reasonable effort 
to investigate and interview all individuals making application to the Conference. The 
investigation should include, if at all possible, a personal interview by a member of the 
Committee or by a Board member; or by a member of the Conference, if the first two 
are impractical. They shall either approve or disapprove the application, or refer it to 
the Board of Directors for review. In the event of approval, the Committee has power 
to grant membership subject to approval by the next Annual Meeting of the Conference. 

b. The Committee shall take action with regard to requests for transferral or dismissal, 
such action being subject to approval by the next annual meeting of the Conference except 
where dismissal has been requested by the party in question. 

c. All applications for membership, transfer, or dismissal, either approved or 
disapproved by the Committee and all such apphcations then in process are to be listed 
and circulated by the Committee to the entire membership of the Conference not less 
than thirty days before the annual meeting. Only those so listed and circulated shall be 
presented to the annual meeting for ratification. 

d. The Committee shall have the power to renew ministerial licenses granted by the 
Conference upon application by the licensee. 

e. The Committee shall have the power to receive applications from prospective students 
who wish to prepare themselves for some form of the Gospel ministry and who desire 
to come under Conference Care. Such action will be subject to approval by the Conference 
at the annual meeting. The Committee shall, upon request, make recommendations as 
to theological schools, Bible colleges or other accredited institutions and render such other 
counsel and assistance as is necessary. 

f. The Committee shall make recommendation to the Board of Directors regarding 
the endorsement of any ministerial member seeking to enter the military chaplaincy. 

g. The Committee shall make an annual review of the ministerial activities of those 
with full memberships or license to determine the current outreach of the Conference 
and the propriety of continued ministerial status of the members. 

h. The Committee shall make a careful investigation of those cases where discipline 
may be necessary as ordered by Article V, Section 3 of the Constitution. 



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5. An Editorial Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating basis 
for three-year terms. This Committee shall publish a Conference Yearbook annually, a 
Conference Periodical, a Conference Prayer Calendar, informational brochures and other 
necessary and desired literature. 

6. A Finance Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating basis 
for three-year terms. In addition, the Treasurer and Controller shall serve as ex-officio members 
of this Committee. This Committee shall devise ways and means of providing for the financial 
needs of the Conference, and shall make such financial needs known to the constituency. 

7. A Foresee PubUcations Committee of five, three of whose members shall be appointed 
by the Conference Minister and confirmed by the Board of Directors. The other two members 
shall be appointed by the Board of Directors: one to serve as Controller and one as Treasurer. 
All members shall be appointed by three-year terms on a rotating basis. The Committee shall 
oversee the operation of Foresee Publications. 

8. A Fraternal Relations Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating 
basis for three-year terms. This Committee shall carry on discussions and relations with other 
like-minded bodies in this country and throughout the world. 

9. A Ministry Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating basis 
for three-year terms. This Committee shall make available to the Ministers of the Conference 
information regarding retirement and pension plans, and hospitalization. They shall plan 
for ministerial retreats and workshops. They shall contact the Ministers of the Conference 
with a view of their personal growth. 

10. A Missions Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating basis 
for three-year terms. This Committee shall encourage and stimulate missionary interests in 
the local churches by assisting in the development of local missionary programs as requested, 
by suggesting special missionary projects to the Conference such as a united offering for 
world relief, and by encouraging the prayer and financial support of our member missionaries. 

11. A Nominating Committee of five, two to be appointed annually by the Board of 
Directors and three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating basis for three-year terms. 
This Committee shall provide a slate of candidates for the various offices and committees. 
This Committee shall submit a preliminary ballot of nominations to the Conference Minister 
who shall publish the ballot to all Conference members and churches no less than thirty days 
in advance of the annual meetings. 

12. A Program Committee of seven members appointed by the Board to prepare for each 
annual meeting. Terms shall begin at the time of appointment and terminate when all affairs 
for each Committee's particular annual meeting are resolved. The Committee shall receive 
assistance from two auxiliary committees: 

a. A Children's Committee of three appointed by the Board for each annual meeting. 
This Committee shall be responsible to provide meaningful activities and nursery care 
for children twelve and under during the annual meeting sessions. The chairman of the 
committee shall be a member of the Program Committee. 

b. A Youth Committee of three appointed by the Board for each annual meeting. This 
Committee shall plan for annual youth sessions concurrent to the annual meeting and 
for such other Conference-wide youth activities that may be feasible. The chairman of 
the Committee shall be a member of the Program Committee. 

13. A Women's Activities Committee of three to be elected by the Conference on a rotating 
basis for three-year terms. This Committee shall seek to promote the growth and spiritual 
welfare of the women's fellowships of member and other churches through regular 
correspondence, the exchange of ideas, programs and projects, and the stimulation of interest 
on the part of women's fellowships in the ministry of this Conference. 

14. A Committee of Area Representatives. This Committee shall be nominated by the 
Conference Minister and confirmed by the Board of Directors for one-year terms, the number 
to be determined by the Board. The duties of this Committee shall consist of acting in the 
capacity of regional assistants to the Conference Minister. Each member shall be assigned 
a specific area of the country and be responsible for promoting, encouraging, and overseeing 
the work of the Conference in that area. The Committee shall serve under the direction of 
the Conference Minister. 

15. The Board of Directors shall appoint such other Committees as deemed necessary. 

16. The Board of Directors shall fill any committee vacancies that occur between annual 
meetings. The Conference shall then fill the unexpired term at the next annual meeting. 



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A Pastor of a member church, who does not hold his standing in the Conference may 
serve on any committee, with the exception of the Credentials Committee, as long as he is 
pastor of a member church. If he ceases his relationship to a member church, he is 
automatically dropped from the Committee membership, unless he is called to another member 
church. He may not be elected to the Board of a Conference office. 

Associate members may serve on any committee with the exception of the Credentials 
Committee. They may not be elected to the Board or a Conference office. 

Each Committee shall prepare a written report of progress to be presented at the annual 
meeting of the Conference, and at such other times as the Board of Directors shall request it. 

IV— Finance 

There is to be no per-capita, assessment or apportionment levied by this Conference upon 
the member churches or ministers. The churches and ministers are encouraged to assume 
voluntarily a share in the financial responsibility of the Conference. 

V — Conference Records 

All records of Conference business in the hands of Conference officials are the property 
of the Conference, contents of which must be made available to authorized Conference officials 
upon request, and which must be delivered to the Conference upon termination of the service 
of officials. 

VI — Ordination to the Christian Ministry 

1. Ordination to the ministry shall be by a local church, after examination by a council 
called by said church. 

2. A candidate for Ordination to the Christian Ministry and subsequent ministerial 
membership in this Conference will be expected to have a life which is bearing the fruit of 
the Spirit, and which is marked by deep spirituaUty and the best of ethical practices. The 
candidate will be disqualified by any habits or practices in his life which do not glorify God 
in his body which belongs to God, or which might cause any brother in Christ to stumble. 

3. Every candidate for ordination is encouraged to first apply for Ministerial License. 

4. This Conference recommends that any local church which calls an unordained man 
to its pastorate who does not hold a Ministerial License from this Conference allow a trial 
period of one year before proceeding with his ordination. 

VII— Standards and Membership for Ministry 

1. General Membership Information 

a. A person who appUes to this Conference as an Ordained Minister, Licensed Minister, 
Commissioned Christian Worker or Lay Preacher shall be required to provide a one-time 
application fee of an amount determined by the Board of Directors. 

b. Full standing for Ministers and Commissioned Christian Workers shall require their 
attendance at an annual meeting. 

c. For applicants seeking Ordained Ministerial standing and having no previous 
relationship with this Conference, a one year waiting period shall be required. The 
Credentials Committee may grant a ministerial license in the meantime. 

d. Prospective candidates for the ministry, the mission field, and other areas of service 
are encouraged to apply for Conference Care Membership. 

e. Only an Associate Membership may be granted to those having their credentials 
and/or other membership in a non-congregationally governed body. This Associate 
Membership will carry with it all the privileges of the Conference with the exception of 
holding office, serving on the Board of Directors or Credentials Committee, a committee 
chairmanship and voting. 

f. Membership cards for Ordained Ministers, Licensed Ministers, Commissioned 
Christian Workers and Lay Preachers shall be issued annually on a calendar year basis 
following the return of the annual questionnaire and a gift of any amount to the financial 
support of the Conference. Refusal to contribute in this way to the financial support of 
the Conference for a period of two consecutive years will result in a review by the Credentials 
Committee and in dismissal should it be shown to be warranted. 

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Ordained Ministers, Licensed Ministers, Commissioned Christian Workers and Lay 
Preachers who are inactive in the Conference for a period of two years, during which 
time they do not answer Conference or regional correspondence or questionnaires; do 
not attend any Conference or regional meetings; and do not make any contact whatever 
with this Conference, shall be contacted if at all possible by the Credentials Committee 
to ascertain their interest in the Conference. If there is no response or no interest indicated, 
the names of such members may be recommended for removal from Conference 
membership by the Credentials Committee at the annual meeting. 

g. Ordained Ministers, Licensed Ministers, and Commissioned Christian Workers who 
for a period of two or more years (during one year for Licensed Ministers) fail to exercise 
the functions of the ministry for reasons other than disability or retirement and who pursue 
secular employment with no apparent effort to serve as a pastor or in some capacity as 
a minister (i.e. beyond those activities ordinarily done by lay-persons) shall be questioned 
by the Credentials Committee as to the propriety of their continued standing as a minister 
or a Commissioned Christian Worker. If such persons persist in the neglect of their ministry 
and refuse to resign from Conference standing unless there are extenuating circumstances, 
the Credentials Committee may recommend, to any Annual Meeting of the Conference, 
removal from their membership status or transferral to Individual Lay Membership within 
the Conference. The right to request reinstatement upon a return to proper ministry is 
presumed. 

2. Ordained Ministerial Membership 

a. A Ministerial standing in this Conference shall require: 

(1) A minimum academic attainment of a diploma from an accredited Bible institute 
or the equivalent in formal education or Christian service. However, this Conference 
considers a seminary training to be desirable. 

(2) Acceptable ordination to the Christian ministry. 

(3) Reception into membership in the Conference in the manner provided by the 
Constitution (Article V). 

(4) Membership in a Conservative Congregational Christian Conference church or 
a congregationally governed church. 

b. Good and regular standing of ministers shall indicate that they do hold Conference 
membership and are not under disciplinary penalty as a result of charges against them. 

3. Licensed Ministerial Membership 

a. Ministerial license to preach conferring authority to perform the regular functions 
of parish ministry, including the solemnization of marriages where legally permissible 
shall be granted by the Conference upon recommendation by the Credentials Committee 
and shall expire with the closing date of the ensuing annual meeting of the Conference. 
Such license is renewable at the discretion of the Credentials Committee upon application 
to its chairman at least thirty (30) days before expiration of the license. 

b. A Licensed Ministerial standing in this Conference shall require: 

(1) A minimum academic attainment of a diploma from an accredited Bible institute 
or the equivalent education or Christian service. However, this Conference considers 
seminary training to be desirable. 

(2) A call to a particular place of ministry. 

(3) Reception into membersliip in the Conference in the manner provided by the 
Constitution (Article V). 

c. Licensed Ministerial standing shall be recognized as valid as long as the licensee 
is actively engaged in an appropriate form of ministry. 

d. Under special circumstances, a student in seminary may be granted Licensed 
Ministerial standing while performing the functions of a parish ministry. 

e. Licensed Ministerial standing is normally the first step to ordination and ordained 
ministerial standing. A license should be held for one year before seeking ordination. 

4. Commissioned Christian Worker Membership 

a. Persons who have been commissioned into a Christian vocation such as a missionary, 
tentmaking worker, mission executive or support worker, an editor of a Christian periodical, 
a director of Christian education, a director of evangelism, a minister of music, or those 
who give service within Christian non-profit agencies as a teacher, doctor, nurse, social 
worker may be received into Conference membership as a Commissioned Christian Worker. 



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b. Commissioned Christian Worker standing in the Conference shall require: 

(1) A minimum academic attainment of a bachelor's degree from an accredited 
college or university with proven competency in the chosen professional field. On-the-job 
experience may be considered as equivalency for formal training in certain cases. 

(2) Acceptable commissioning by a local church into a particular Christian vocation. 
This Commission is to be granted after a close and particular examination of the 
candidate's: 

(a) character and conduct 

(b) physical, mental and education qualifications 

(c) personal testimony of Christian experience 

(d) motivation for seeking this standing 

(e) knowledge of the Bible and Christian theology 

(3) An engagement or formal invitation to a particular position. 

(4) Reception into membership in the Conference in the manner provided by the 
Constitution (Article V). 

(5) Membership in a Congregational Christian or congregationally governed local 
church. 

c. Persons called to such Christian vocation other than the ordained ministry and who 
are received into the Conference as Commissioned Christian Workers are entitled to all 
the rights and privileges of the Conference. This status does not grant authority to perform 
the regular functions of parish ministry, including the solemnization of marriages. 

d. The Commission shall be recognized as valid as long as the Commissioned Christian 
Worker is actively engaged in the form of specific service to which he was commissioned. 

5. Conference Care Membership 

a. Prospective candidates for the ministry, the mission field, and other areas of service 
such as Christian education, church administration, ministry of music and similar areas, 
may be received under Conference Care for guidance in preparation. Under such care 
the enrollee may study the Conference Study Course. The enrollee shall have an annual 
personal conference with a member of the Credentials Committee or with some Conference 
representative appointed by them. A person who has been received under Conference Care, 
is considered a member of the Conference under Conference Care, and is entitled to vote 
at all annual meetings and special meetings of the Conference. His vote does not necessarily 
have to be included in the delegation from his home church, if that church is a member 
of the Conference. 

b. The standing of Conference Care may be granted to candidates described in By-Law 
VII, 4, a., from foreign countries who are resident, and only for so long a time as they 
are resident, for study in the United States of America. 

6. Lay Preacher 

The Conference shall provide for the status of Lay Preacher upon the application of an 
individual to the Credentials Committee and shall be available only to lay members of the 
Conference. Such status shall be granted for the purpose of recognizing an active lay witness 
of an individual, but it shall not include the privileges of Licensed Ministerial standing such 
as authority granted by the Conference to perform the regular functions of a pastorate including 
the solemnization of marriages. 

The status of Lay Preacher for the individual shall expire with the closing date of the 
ensuing annual meeting of the Conference and be renewable at the discretion of the Credentials 
Committee upon application at least thirty (30) days before the expiration of such status. 

7. Individual Lay Membership 

This membership shall be granted to members of congregationally governed churches which 
are not members of this Conference. Such Individual Lay Members shall be granted the full 
privilege of Conference membership in accord with the Constitution, Article V, 1, and Article 
VII, 3. 

VIII— Seal 

The seal of the Conference in use at the time of this Constitutional revision shall continue 
as the official seal of the Conference, and shall be used by having the same, or a facsimile 
thereof, impressed or affixed, or reproduced otherwise. 



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IX— Fiscal Year 

The fiscal year of the Conference shall be from January 1 to December 31. 

X — Unprocessed Applications 

Churches, ministers, or individual lay members from non-member churches, whose 
applications for membership have been processed too late to be circulated to the entire 
Conference membership before the annual meeting, or whose applications are still in process, 
may be given the right to speak from the floor and/or the right to vote at the said annual 
meeting, by a majority vote of the assembled delegates. 

XI— Amendments 

These By-Laws may be amended by the affirmative vote of two-thirds of the Conference 
members present and voting at an annual meeting or special meeting of the Conference, 
provided that in writing thirty days notice of the substance of proposed amendments to the 
By-Laws be given to all members of the Conference. Upon adoption of amendments, the 
orderly numbering, lettering, capitalization and spelling of the By-Laws shall be cared for 
by the Constitution Study Committee. 



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THE NATURE OF OUR FELLOWSHIP 

STATEMENT 

To include as brethren those with greatly diverse convictions in certain 
theological areas is not a weakness but a strength and in harmony with 
Biblical truths. The architects of the Congregational Way labored for the 
freedom to be ruled by God. This means that Jesus Christ alone is head 
of the church and Lord of the conscience. He directs His church through 
Scripture, speaking in this manner to officers and individual members. 

This freedom requires an environment of unity and liberty, cultivated 
in the context of honestly differing theological view- points. Thus we must 
seek continually to maintain a true balance. To this end we recognize that 
as Congregational Christians we do not have to agree on everything to 
achieve Biblical respect and spiritual health. In the spirit of Acts 15, we 
seek to promote maximum freedom for the rule of God in our churches. 
This is the merit of the Congre- gational conscience. 

We do not claim that the theological breadth of our conference today 
is a precise extension of all the doctrines of the Savoy Declaration of 1658. 
But we do consider it significant that Browne's "Statement of Congrega- 
tional Principles" antedates Savoy by 76 years and that the latter was itself 
a modification of the Westminster Confession including a more flexible 
view of the role of creeds. According to these historic Congregational 
principles, each church is complete in itself and independent from every 
other. Thus, there is no appeal from the decisions of the local church. 

Consequently, we believe that the Biblical fellowship offered by us 
today meets a need for fellowship among congregationally governed 
churches and is the outgrowth of the Congregational principles of 300 years 
ago. If those principles are seen as Biblical, then our current relationships 
deserve the name Congregational, for they appeal to the same ecclesiology. 
And, how relevant this is: we offer real freedom at a time when it is being 
lost almost everywhere else. 

There is a freedom in the 4C's today to believe and practice the strictest 
Reformed theology of our early fathers, as well as other essentially 
Christian theology which differs in certain ways from the Reformation 
perspective. Should either be denied in a forced unity, contrary to the 
ecclesiology of the original founders, we would no longer be fully 
Congregational. 

CONCLUSION 

Today we are faced with lawlessness and legalism not only in our 
society but in many Christian Churches. To maintain both freedom and 
unity is difficult, but worthwhile. The task of being a true Congregationalist 
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CODE OF ETHICS FOR MINISTERS 

In My Own Life 

I will always devote time to seeking the will of God through reading the 

Scriptures and prayer. 
I will endeavor to keep myself physically and emotionally fit. 
I will consider the needs of my family as a sacred obligation before God. 
I will seek in all ways to be ChristHke in my attitude and conduct. 

In Relationship to the Church 

I will remember that I am called to lead, but also to serve. 

I will never violate a confidence given to me. 

I will be diligent in my duties as pastor, never lazy, but with God as my 

judge. 
I will be Bibhcal in my preaching, presenting the whole counsel of God, 

speaking the truth in love. 
I will strive to introduce men to Christ, and to build His church. 
I will consider my call to the church a sacred responsibility and stand by 

the decision. 

In Relationship to Other Ministers 

I will be a brother in Christ to my fellow ministers, 

I will not seek to build my church at the expense of another church, nor 

my ego at the expense of another minister. 
I will not speak disparagingly of either my predecessor nor my successor. 
I will refrain from pastoral contacts with former parishioners except with 

the knowledge of the present pastor. 

In Relationship to the Conference 

I will recognize my duties to the larger fellowship of the Conservative 
Congregational Christian Conference, and seek to support through 
prayer and action its aims and objectives. 



CODE OF ETHICS FOR CHURCHES 

The Christian Church is the Body of Christ and is destined to be His Bride. 
Inasmuch as every local church is an expression of the whole body it is 
needful for her to be committed to vigilance in all of her relationships: 

In Relationship to Christ 

Believing that Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church . . . 

We will honor and exalt Him in all of our relationships and ministries. 
We will keep ourselves free from all policies and practices which might 
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In Relationship to Fellow-Members 

Believing that the local church is an expression of the family of God . . . 

We will promote unity among the members of the congregation, resisting 

all jealousy, rivalry, self-seeking and division which would disturb that 

unity. 

We will '*. . .make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual 

edification." (Romans 14:19) 

In Relationship to Other Churches 

Believing that the church is a universal body. . . 

We will attempt to maintain honorable relationships with other churches 
in the community. 

In Relationship to the Community 

Believing that the witness of the church in the community affects the 
ministry of that church to the community and reflects on Christ, the Head 
of the Church . . . 

We will endeavor to keep our dealings with agencies, businesses and 
individuals in the community honest and above reproach. 

In Relationship to the Conference 

Believing that our membership in the Conservative Congregational 

Christian Conference is not only a privilege but also involves 

responsibility. . . 

We will fulfill our fellowship, ministry and financial obligations to the 

Conference to the best of our ability. 

We will uphold the doctrines and principles of the Conference. 

In Relationship to the Pastor and Other Leaders of the Church 

Beheving that the pastor and other spiritual leaders are shepherds of 

Christ's flock.. . 

We will love, honor and submit to them as they, by example and word, 

watch over our souls. 

We will support the pastor financially so that he may be able to meet his 

obligations without bringing reproach upon himself or us. 

We will not allow anything among us that would undermine the pastor's 

ministry or rob him of the confidence of the church and the community. 

We will endeavor to respond to all criticism dealing with the pastor, other 

spiritual leaders, or their families in an honorable manner, not tolerating 

subversive or clandestine meetings. 

Whenever legitimate criticism or charges against anyone arises, we will 
follow Scriptural direction for church discipline, always with a desire for 
reconciliation and restoration and always making use of the cloak of love. 



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STATEMENT REGARDING 
THE CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT 

PREAMBLE 

Frequently the Board of Directors is asked questions regarding the position 
of the CCCC with respect to the Charismatic Movement and particularly 
the matter of glossolalia. 

The Conference as a body would find it difficult, because of our 
congregational structure, to make a definitive policy statement. However, 
the Board of Directors wishes to present this simple statement as a product 
of its thinking and with the desire that the ''Unity of the body*' be 
maintained. 

A STATEMENT 

It is our conviction that the plain teaching of the New Testament is 
that the more spectacular sign gifts, i.e., tongues, healings and miracles, 
needed some degree of order that would prevent their indiscriminative 
use (I Cor. 14:40). It appears that the Apostle Paul taught that the 
more spectacular gifts were secondary to those that instructed believers 
in faith and morals and that evangelized non-Christians (I Cor. 
12:28-31). Tongue speaking was certainly not forbidden (I Cor. 14:39), 
but intelligent exposition of the Word of God, along with instruction 
in faith and duty was definitely superior. 

Therefore, brethren, we desire that in the life of our Conference there 
be neither evangelism on behalf of the spectacular gifts nor forbidding 
thereof. So that there be no confusion relating to our position, we give 
the following examples: 

a. To use either the annual meeting or regional gatherings for the 
promoting of these spectacular gifts is not in order as it will 
engender division. 

b. To use either the annual meeting or regional gatherings as 
platforms to antagonize brethren by denouncing these gifts is 
also out of order. 

''That there should be no schisms in the body; but that the members 
should have the same care one for another." I Cor. 12:25. 

CONCLUSION 

We respect those brethren who hold to the view that the sign gifts were 
withdrawn when the canon of Scripture was closed. We also respect those 
brethren who hold that these same gifts are still among us today. However, 
we are firm in our belief that messages received by means of these gifts 
are not equal to the revelation of God in Holy Scripture. 



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Policy and Guidelines for the Credentials Committee 
Regarding Ministers who are Divorced 

STATEMENT OF THE ISSUE 

The presence of divorce in American life today together with the 
increasing incidence of divorce among the clergy confronts our 
Conference, and particularly our Credentials Committee, with the 
issue of ministers who have been divorced being granted admission 
and continued standing in the Conference. It is necessary, therefore, 
to set forth policy guidelines for the consideration of divorce 
situations. 

A. SANCTITY OF MARRIAGE 

It is an accepted fact in our Conference that the Scriptures are 
the standard by which guidelines should be determined. In this 
light the sanctity of marriage cannot be overemphasized. When 
asked His view on divorce, Jesus rephed, "Haven't you read that 
at the beginning the Creator 'made them male and female' and 
said, 'For this reason a man will ... be united to his wife and 
the two will become one flesh?' So they are no longer two but 
one. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man 
separate." (Matthew 19:4, Genesis 2:24) 

God instituted marriage. It is not subject to the changing norms 
of society. God designed marriage to be a permanent union of 
a man and woman by which they are made one. God did not 
allow for divorce in his design. Marriage is a total commitment 
of two people to one another for Hfe. It is a covenant of 
companionship. 

In the light of Proverbs 2:17 and Malachi 2:14, marriage is a 
covenant relationship before God, and the breaking of a 
covenant of whatever kind is wrong. Sin is involved in every 
divorce. According to Malachi 2:16 God hates divorce. That is 
not to say that God hates people who are divorced, nor is it to 
say that everyone who is divorced is guilty of the sin that resulted 
in divorce. Some people are divorced by their mates against their 
will and in spite of their efforts toward preservation of the 
marriage. This raises the question whether divorce per se 
disquaUfies a minister from continued standing in or acceptance 
into membership in the Conference. 

B. SANCTITY OF THE MINISTRY 

Even though it might be allowed that divorce in itself may not 
eliminate a man from the ministry, it must be remembered that, 
in the light of Scripture, the sanctity of the office of the ministry 
and the example of the minister cannot be overemphasized. Paul 
wrote to Timothy, "If a man desired the office of a bishop, he 
desireth a good work. A bishop then must be blameless. . ." (I 



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Timothy 3:1,2). The sacred nature of the office is emphasized 
by Paul when he says in I Corinthians 4:1, "Let a man so account 
of us, as of the ministers of Christ, and the stewards of the 
mysteries of God." To Titus he wrote, "A bishop must be 
blameless as the steward of God: not self willed, not soon angry, 
not given to wine, no striker, not greedy of filthy lucre; but a 
lover of hospitality, a lover of good men, sober, just, holy, 
temperate, holding fast the faithful word as he hath been 
taught. . ." (Titus 1:6-9). In other words, the Hfe of a minister 
must be exemplary in every way because of the high office which 
he represents, '*in all things showing himself a pattern of good 
works." (Titus 2:7) 

Peter admonishes ministers to "feed the flock. . .taking oversight 
thereof. . .either as lords over God's heritage, but being 
ensamples to the flock." (I Peter 5:2,3), and Paul reminds 
ministers that "we are ambassadors for Christ," standing in 
Christ's stead. Because of the sanctity and high calling of the 
ministry, therefore, and because it places the minister before the 
Church and the world as a pattern of what Christian living 
should be, the divorce of a minister is an extremely serious 
matter. Even though the minister himself may be innocent of 
wrong doing, his divorce can have disastrous and far reaching 
effects on his congregation and his future ministry. 

II. UNITY WITH DIVERSITY IN THE INTERPRETATION OF 
SCRIPTURE 

At this point we must recognize that, within the unity of our 
Conference, there is diversity. We are united in our conviction that 
the Bible is God's Word and our ultimate authority, but there are 
areas of Biblical interpretation where our understanding differs. For 
example, we all accept the sovereignty of God but we have differences 
of understanding how God's sovereignty relates to man's freedom 
and responsibility. Likewise we unite in expecting the return of our 
Lord but we differ as to the sequence of events associated with His 
sure return. The same can be said regarding the charismatic gifts and 
the place of women in the ministry. In the same manner we agree 
on the evil of divorce but we do not all understand the teaching of 
Jesus and other Scriptures on divorce in exactly the same way. 

A. UNEQUIVOCAL DISQUALIFICATION 

There are members of our Conference who are strong in their 
conviction that any minister who is divorced for whatever reason 
is thereby disqualified to serve in the ministry and should not 
have standing as a minister of the Conference nor be pastor of 
a church. Paul's words, "The overseer (minister) must be above 
reproach, the husband of but one wife. . ." (I Timothy 3:2), are 
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minister. The situation is compounded if the minister has 
married the second time. The teaching of Jesus in Luke 16:18, 
Matthew 5:31,32 and Matthew 19:1-9 is taken by some to mean 
that, while divorce is wrong, an exception is allowed in the case 
of fornication, but the exception does not leave the innocent 
party free to serve in the ministry or to remarry. 

B. FORGIVENESS AND RECONCILIATION 

Some members of the Conference, however, hold other 
considerations, which they believe are also valid in the light of 
the Bible. For example, there is the principle of God's forgiveness 
and restoration. What shall we say of the man who was divorced 
before his conversion to Christ when he was made a new creature 
in Christ? If he had been guilty of sexual sin before becoming 
a Christian he would not thereby be ineligible for a call from 
God to the ministry. Paul was guilty of murder and blasphemy 
before his conversion but God forgave him and made him a 
minister. There are men who have been saved out of a life of 
immorality and debauchery who have become able ministers of 
the Gospel. Is the breaking of the marriage covenant a greater 
sin than pre-marital promiscuity? When God forgives sin He 
casts them behind His back (Isaiah 38:17). He casts them into 
the depths of the sea (Micah 7:19). He remembers them no more 
(Jeremiah 31:34), and He removes them as far as the east is from 
the west (Psalm 103:12). God forgives the sins we confess and 
cleanses us from all unrighteousness (I John 1:9). Some members 
of our Conference would say, "Yes, God does forgive and forget, 
but the divorced minister still should not serve in the public office 
of the ministry." Other members of the Conference would say, 
*'When God forgives the truly penitent sinner, whatever the sin, 
he wipes the slate clean. Should we continue to call the man 
unclean and unworthy of service if God has pardoned him and 
made him clean? Is there any reason why God's assurances of 
forgiveness should apply to every other sin except divorce? 
Divorce is not the unpardonable sin." 

C RELEASE FROM THE MARRIAGE COVENANT 

Consider also the case of the minister who has not been guilty 
of disruption of his marriage by unchristian attitudes and 
conduct which have driven his wife to seek divorce, and who 
has made every effort toward reconciliation and the saving of 
his marriage. If his wife persists in * 'putting him away" by 
divorce, he is in no way guilty of violating God's law. If both 
he and his wife are Christians, he should remain unmarried and 
continue to seek reconciliation according to I Corinthians 7:11. 
If he fails to do so, his eligibihty to continue in the ministry is 
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If, however, the wife has proven herself to be an unbeliever in 
the above situation, according to I Corinthians 7:15 the minister 
"is not bound," and if he is not bound, he is free. He has been 
released from the marriage covenant. There is a parallel to this 
in Romans 7:2,3 where Paul declares that a woman is "bound 
to her husband as long as he is alive. . . But if he dies, she is 
released from the law and is not an adulteress though she marries 
another man." In Romans 7 the death of the husband terminates 
the marriage and in I Corinthians 7 the willful departure of the 
unbeliever terminates the marriage. The sense of I Corinthians 
7 appears to be that a person who has sincerely sought to preserve 
a marriage but has been divorced contrary to his will and effort 
toward reconciliation is a free person. In such a case it is a valid 
conclusion of some that a minister should not be penalized and 
prevented from serving in the ministry solely because he has been 
divorced. Some ministers in such cases have continued to enjoy 
the blessing of God on their ministry. 

D. LAWFUL - BUT NOT EXPEDIENT 

Having said all this, we need to recognize that the traumatic 
experience of going through a divorce and the possible attitudes 
of a minister's present and future congregations may quite 
possibly make it very difficult, if not actually impossible, to carry 
on an effective ministry. The minister, the congregation and the 
Credentials Committee will do well to consider that while, in 
the view of many members of our Conference, it may be lawful 
for a divorced minister to continue to serve in the ministry, it 
might not be expedient. He might better devote his talents, 
training and experience to some service for the Lord other than 
the pulpit and pastoral ministry, such as writing, counsehng or 
administration. 

IIL CONFERENCE RESPONSIBILITY 

In the light of the above considerations, we must keep in mind that 
the Conference does not speak for the local church or for the 
individual minister or member of the Conference. 

A. DETERMINATION BY THE LOCAL CONGREGATION 

Every church determines for itself what its practice shall be 
regarding divorce. Every church has complete freedom and 
responsibility to make sure that the minister it calls to lead the 
congregation shall be in harmony with its own standards 
regarding divorce. In making referrals to churches seeking 
ministers, the Conference office shall always provide the full 
resume and record of a minister including his marital status. 
Churches may differ in their views of divorce, but we are bound 
together in our Conference by our common commitment to the 
heart essentials of our Christian faith as stated in our Articles 
of Faith. 

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B. ACCEPTANCE OF THE VARIOUS BIBLICAL 
INTERPRETATIONS 

The views of our ministers vary in some areas other than the 
cardinal truths set forth in our constitution. In those areas where 
we differ the conscience or the individual minister is not 
compromised by the position expressed by the Conference in such 
areas as eschatology, the charismatic movement, women's part 
in the ministry, divorce, or any other area. On the other hand 
the Conference and the Credentials Committee must recognize 
that born-again Bible-believing, evangelical Christians and 
ministers within the Conference will have differing convictions 
which they derive from their understanding of Scripture. 

We must make allowance for such varying convictions and make 
a place for the brother whose views differ from our own as long 
as he does not deny the fundamental truths of the Bible. We 
must also be careful not to impose the convictions of any one 
man, church or segment of the Conference on any minister, 
church or the Conference as a whole. In Christian love we must 
accept one another and respect the privacy of everyone's 
conscience before God. 

C OBLIGATION OF THE CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

Finally, let it be said that the Credentials Committee is under 
obligation to exercise extreme care in considering the divorce of 
a minister of the Conference or one who is applying for 
membership. The Committee's actions must proceed prayerfully 
with compassion toward the individual and with due regard to 
the high standards of the ministry set forth in Scripture. 

All who experience divorce shall enter a period of review. 
Unrepentant persons causing the dissolution of their marriage 
will be dismissed from ministerial membership in a manner 
consistent with the CCCC constitution and by-laws. Other 
ministers shall have their credentialed status suspended for a 
period of review, the length of which is determined by the 
Credentials Committee. I Timothy 5:22 gives caution regarding 
the hasty laying on of hands, a principle which should not only 
apply to the novice or those who newly apply for CCCC 
standing, but also to those who experience divorce while pursuing 
an active ministry within our fellowship. In taking this approach, 
we recognize that Conference actions do not bind a local church 
in its decision to continue a pastoral relationship with a divorced 
minister. 

After this review period, the Credentials Committee will, upon 
request, examine or re-examine the general trends of ministerial 
personal fitness as outlined in I Timothy 3:1-7. Personal 
references from those who know the individual's current home 
situation will be sought. If the individual is "well thought of 

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by outsiders" then his credentials would be returned as a positive 
endorsement. It is beUeved that such a vouching process would 
prove to be both a source of encouragement for the individual 
and a source of confidence for churches that may consider this 
individual as a prospective candidate for pastoral office. 



HOMOSEXUALS AND THE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

Our aim in the following statement is to combine theological thinking and 
Biblical commitment with contemporary understanding and compassionate 
pastoral concern. 

1. God in His Holy Word plainly condemns the practice of homosexuality 
as an abomination in His sight (Leviticus 18:22). 

as a degrading and unnatural passion (Romans 1:26,27). 

as one that brings grave consequences in this life, and 

as a sin that, if persisted in, will exclude one from the Kingdom of God 

(I Corinthians 6:9,10). 
Therefore, neither individual Christians, nor ministers of the Word of God, 
nor congregations of the Lord Jesus Christ, may take away from or lessen 
God's prohibition of and warnings against the practice of homosexuality. 

Neither may they individually or collectively as responsible citizens in 
a free society, urge or concede that the State should give special protection 
or approval to this practice, or promote it as a matter of personal taste, 
free choice, or **sexual orientation." Homosexuals are not entitled to special 
treatment under the law. That would be tantamount of rewarding evil. 

2. The Apostle Paul testifies that those once involved in homosexuality 
were among those who were washed, sanctified, and justified in the name 
of the Lord Jesus Christ (I Corinthians 6:11). 

Therefore, individual Christians, ministers and congregations, 
understanding that all human beings are sinners, and that as Christians 
we have received God's mercy while helpless, ungodly and hostile to God 
(Romans 3:23;5:6,10), must warn against homosexual practices as from the 
mouth of the Lord (Ezekiel 3:17), and, at the same time proclaim 
forgiveness, cleansing, restoration, and power for godly living for all who 
repent and believe the Gospel (John 1:12;3:16; Romans 1:16;I Corinthians 
6:11; Philippians 2:13). 

We specifically renounce any unbiblical prejudice against persons who 
are homosexual simply because of their orientation, which is just one 
particular form of the same sinful orientation we all have. But we do believe 
that every expression of that orientation is sinful, just as every expression 
of adulterous desire is sinful, and we believe that all practicing adulterers 
and homosexuals should be called to repentance. 

3. God desires that all mankind repent and come to a knowledge of the 
truth and be saved (II Peter 3:19; I Timothy 2:4). 



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Therefore, individual Christians, ministers and congregations, will 
compassionately and in love, proclaim the Good News of forgiveness and 
the admonition to go and sin no more (John 8:11) to those once involved 
in homosexual practices, admitting such into fellowship after confession 
of faith and evidence of repentance, as with all those who have sinned 
grieviously in other ways (I Corinthians 6:11). We counsel those homo- 
sexuals who do not experience full healing and reorientation to remain 
celebate, trusting the Holy Spirit to give a joyous and fruitful existence 
as is promised to believers who cannot experience marriage (Isaiah 56:3-5). 
Jesus repeats this promise (Matthew 19:12). 



STATEMENT ON ABORTION 

Preamble 

Christians affirm that human yearning for reality and meaning can be 
satisfied only by the knowledge of and a relationship with a personal God 
who alone can change human nature and liberate from the bondage of 
self-indulgence.' Human worth is a consequence of being made by and in 
the image of a personal God^ — who is sovereign over history and places 
us within the framework of God's continual acts in history.^ 

The dominant philosophy of this age opposes this world and life view 
and asserts the dignity and worth of people and their capacity for self- 
realization through reason apart from the supernatural and sovereign 
involvement of a personal God.'' 

Clear lines of confrontation between these two opposing faiths are not 
always easily discerned by the Christian community, both individually and 
corporately. Cultural conditioning, ignorance of God's revealed will and 
sin all mitigate against a clear perception of many ethical and moral issues. 
Nevertheless, we affirm the authority and witness of God's revelation in 
Scripture and the heritage of Church history regarding the dignity and 
sanctity of all human life and oppose anything that would blur or lessen 
its value. ^ 

We humbly recognize the complex presuppositions, realities and implica- 
tions of ethical/moral decision-making and confess our own sinful silence 
in failing to act where the lines of conflict are obvious.^ We accept the 
challenge to confront the pragmatism of this age and seek to move away 
from past indifferences and the subtle seductive power of this age.^ We, 
therefore, affirm that abortion on demand for reasons such as personal 
convenience, social adjustment, economic advantage, genetic defect, or 
physical malformation is morally wrong.* 

STATEMENT 

We believe that all human life is a gift from God and is therefore sacred.' 
The Lord has created all life sacred and cherishes all lives: including all 
those which have been marked by the effects of the fall of nature, resulting 
in physical and mental abnormalities.'" We believe that God has told us, 

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in Scripture, what our attitude should be towards the unborn.'' Specific 
blessings have been conferred upon unborn infants, pre-eminently in the 
incarnation of Jesus Christ.'^ Scripture clearly states that God provided 
penalties for actions which result in the death of the unborn.'^ The fetus 
is not a growth or piece of tissue in the mother's body, nor even a potential 
human being, but a human life who, though not yet mature, is growing 
into the fullness of the humanity it already possesses.''' The humanness 
of the fetus is confirmed by modern medical science. From the moment 
of conception a unique genetic code distinct from both parents is estabUsh- 
ed, sex is determined and the only requirements for development into an 
adult human being are time and nutrition. 

Thus, we affirm that the moral issue of abortion is more than a question 
of the freedom of a woman to control the reproductive functions of her 
body. It is a question of moral responsibility involving at least two human 
beiings at different stages of maturity. Abortion transcends issues of 
personal, economic and social convenience or compassion. No woman gives 
birth to herself. She gives birth to a child that is a distinct body and 
personality from herself. Consequently, even if we agree that every woman 
has a right to do with her own body as she sees fit,'^ we cannot conclude 
that she therefore has the right to take the life of her child. However, in 
the rare situation when the life of the unborn child mortally threatens the 
equal life of the mother, the mother is not required to sacrifice her life.'^ 

We believe that the Church is commissioned to declare and demonstrate 
this high regard for human life, the reality and complexity of the sinful 
human condition and God's forgiveness through grace and the redemptive 
work of Jesus Christ.'^ The community of Christian beUevers furnishes 
the context out of which this declaration and demonstration grow.'^ It is 
the responsibility of the Church to insist that society not adopt a poUcy 
that would deny the sanctity of human life and lead people to take Hfe 
lightly. The Church must advocate the protection of the freedom of those 
who cannot protect themselves. The Church must therefore seek to protect 
the unborn child's freedom to live.'' In addition. Christians must reach 
out to those who are confronted with the crisis for which abortion seems 
a solution with the offer of a biblical alternative, providing the practical 
care and compassion needed. ^° 

CONCLUSION 

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the only adequate answer to the terrible 
spiritual, moral and social dilemma confronting the society that legalizes 
abortion and the parents contemplating abortion. Christians are called to 
live in active tension with culture, neither becoming complacent toward 
evil or proponents of it but promoting the truth of God's revelation.^' The 
current state of affairs in our society compels Christians to share in the 
responsibility for the tragedy upon us, to promote justice and propagate 
the promises of grace.^^ Christians have a responsibility to be involved in 
the legislative process of our democratic society for the purpose of guarding 
the freedom of the unborn. The Church also has the obligation to educate 
its own constitutents and society itself concerning the complex issues 
surrounding abortion and equip people with a biblical alternative.^'' God 

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has commissioned the Church to experience and express the redemption 
that is available in Christ Jesus. Therefore, it is precisely to those who are 
in trouble and despair that the Church has to present the message of 
forgiveness and redemption. Even those who have sinned must be sheltered 
by Christian love and assured that no one is beyond the scope of God's 
forgiveness.^' The Church must also create alternatives and share the burden 
of caring for the lives of those brought into the world under difficult 
circumstances.^** 

May God's grace and wisdom prevail as we seek to work for an end to 
abortion. 

INDEX OF SCRIPTURE REFERENCES 

1.) Phil. 3:8-ll;I Cor. 6:9-11 2.) Ps. 139:14;Gen. 1:26,27 3.) Job 
38:4;Is.9:6,7;ll:l-9;46:9,10;Ps. 72:1-11;2 Pet. 3:11-14 4.) Gen. 4:ll,12;Rom. 
1:18-32;I Cor. 1:18-20;2:14 5.) Prov. 14:34;29:18;Mt. 28:18,20 6.) Prov. 
24:11,12 7.) Eph. 2:2;2 Cor. 4:3,4 8.) Ex. 20:13 9.) Ps. 
127:3;139:13-16 10.) Ex. 4:ll;Jn.9:l-3 11.) Ex. 21:22,23 (NIV) 12.) Jer. 
l:5;Lk. l:15;Gal. l:15;Mt. 1:20 13.) Ex. 21:22-25 14.) Job 10:8a, 
10-12 15.) I Cor. 6:13b,19,20 16.) Ex. 22:2,3; Jn. 15:12,13 17.) Ps. 
32:l,2;Rom. 5:1,6-11 18.) I Jn. 3:11-22 19.) Mt. 25:40,45; 28:18-20;Prov. 
24:11, 12;Amos 5:15,24 20.) Jas.l:27;2:14-17;Ps. 106:3 21.) Mt. 
5:10-16;Heb. 11:36-38 22.) Gen l:28a;Mt. 28:18-20;Mk. 16:15 23.) I Tim. 
1:8-11 24.) Hos. 4:1-6 25.) I Jn. l:9;Mk. 3:28 26.) Jas. 1:27;2:14-17;I 
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POSITION PAPER ON 
PORNOGRAPHY AND OBSCENITY 

The Conservative Congregational Christian Conference is aware of the 
widespread and harmful influence which pornography increasingly is 
having on our country. It has become clear to us that we can no longer 
remain idle while promoters of pornography contribute to the decline of 
the morals of society by advocating a lifestyle which is contrary to biblical 
teaching, is harmful to the family, and is ultimately destructive to 
individuals. 

The word pornography is derived from two Greek words: pome which 
means "harlot," and graphein which means **to write." Originally, then, 
pornography referred to ''the writing of harlots" (pornographos). Today 
it refers to any explicit depiction of erotic behavior (as in pictures, 
photographs, writings, or books) which are intended to cause sexual 
excitement. 

Pornography has its roots in the abuse of sexual expression. The New 
Testament makes it abundantly clear that a cardinal vice of the pagan world 
was impurity and immorality. The Apostle Paul pays special attention to 
the sinful behavior characteristic of the Gentile world, particularly the sins 

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of immorality and homosexuality (Romans 1:24-27). Sexual sins head up 
a Ust of sins which characterized a world that had sunk deep into the 
depravity of the flesh and of the spirit: the most fundamental sin being 
the rejection of God and His righteous ways (Romans 1:21,25,28,32). Today, 
in our secular and humanistic society, the biblically condemned forms of 
sexual immorahty are not only tolerated but openly promoted as "alternate 
lifestyles" which should be accepted. 

Standing in sharp contrast are the Scriptures which condemn fornication 
(Eph. 5:3;Col. 3:5), adultery (Lev. 20:10;Rom. 1:24), incest (Lev. 18:6;I Cor. 
5:1), homosexuality (Lev. 20:13;Rom. 1:24), bestiality (Lev. 18:23), and 
prostitution (Lev. 19:29;Eph. 5:5). Also the Old Testament makes it clear 
that the presence of evil sexual practices was a major cause for God's 
judgment upon Sodom and Gomorrah (Gen. 19:5,13). Scripture tells us 
"it is God's will that you should be sanctified; that you should avoid sexual 
immorality; that each of you should learn to control his own body in a 
way that is holy and honorable, not in passionate lust like the heathen, 
who do not know God. . ." (I Thess. 4:3-5) 

Pornography is one form of depraved man's insistence on exphcit sexual 
activity. Pornography is known to visually depict, and by inference, to 
approve and encourage, most if not all of the earlier mentioned forms of 
sexual immorality. Pornography is especially degrading to women since 
most pornography involves the use of women in subordinate and degrading 
roles for the purpose of sexual exploitation. In many cases it fosters the 
mentality which considers women as only objects which exist to gratify 
the selfish and sometimes sadistic desires of men. Pornography is a form 
of profound hostility toward women. 

In recent years, pornography has moved rapidly beyond adult scenes 
involving nudity and heterosexual intercourse to scenes which depict 
homosexuality, bestiality, and group sex orgies. Perhaps even worse is its 
exploitation of children. Our sensitivities are outraged at the degrading 
roles which children are called upon to perform. Often the result is 
permanent emotional damage to the child, and in some cases, death by 
murder. Today, "Kiddie Porn" is a fast growing and profitable segment 
of the pornography industry. Its focus is on children at an early or 
pre-adolescent age. For the sake of these children, this outrageous 
exploitation must stop. 

Less explicit, but with the potential to be just as morally harmful, are 
the activities of our film and television industries. Too often the Judeo- 
Christian values which call for sexual faithfulness to one partner in marriage 
are either ignored or distorted. Too often the media seems determined to 
present adultery, incest, prostitution, and in some cases, homosexuality, 
as the normal way of life. The positive portrayal of Christians is also a 
missing ingredient in an industry which often claims to simply reflect that 
which is social reality or that which the pubUc wants. 

Through the use of "soft core" pornography, the television and film 
industries promote sexual values which are blatantly anti-Christian. 
Furthermore, many of the life-styles and values which are modeled on the 
screen work against the traditional community values of society. Media 

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values are often in direct contradiction to those life-styles and values which 
are modeled and proclaimed in the Scriptures as examples of holy living. 
Such holy living is pleasing to God and healthy for us. 

We are deeply alarmed at the spread of all levels of pornography as 
modern technology is utilized. With the rise in popularity of cable 
television, video cassette recording, "dial-a-porn," and personal computers, 
the distribution of pornography is made even easier. As an industry it is 
now a muhi-billion dollar business and is often linked to organized crime. 
This expanded access means increased availabihty in our homes to both 
adults and unsupervised children. 

Those who indulge in pornography also may become victims as they 
experience a need for escalation. Much research indicates that pornography 
is both seductive and addictive. It desensitizes the viewer and creates an 
appetite for even more sexually explicit material. This addiction can happen 
to anyone who regularly opens himself to pornography's influence. Other 
documentation shows that pornography in some cases is linked to violence 
in sex related crimes such as rape or child abuse. This kind of perverted 
sexual activity is the result of a society which has come to believe that sex 
is simply another natural appetite and that it should be satisfied regardless 
of its manner of satisfaction. 

It is time for Christians to wage war on pornogaphy. Churches and 
individual Christians can no longer remain silent. We must call individuals 
to repentance by rebuking their sin and we must speak prophetically of 
God's certain judgment upon a society which tolerates such activity. It 
is time to insist on legislation and firm enforcement of laws which would 
prohibit those few who would seek to make financial gain by exploiting 
the fallen nature of mankind. "Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is 
a reproach to any people." (Prov. 14:34). 

We call on the President of the United States, the Department of Justice, 
the Postal Service, and all proper authorities to enforce those laws and 
statutes which already exist against sexually explicit material. We call on 
local Christians and local churches to become involved in their individual 
communities. We take note that the Supreme Court has ruled that 
pornography is not protected by the First Amendment and that obscenity 
shall be determined by local community standards. Thus, it is that we 
believe this evil can be reduced, controlled, or eliminated if we the people 
and our elected officials refuse to tolerate its presence in our local 
communities. 

In recognition of our obligation to uphold the righteousness of God, 
and recognizing that evil often exists because Christians too often remain 
silent, we, the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference, therefore: 

ADOPT this position statement condemning pornography; 
COMMIT ourselves to do everything we can to work toward the 
elimination of pornography in our society; 



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PLEDGE ourselves 

— to reaffirm those scriptural principles which promote human 
dignity, 

— to protect our families from sexual exploitation, 

— to provide healthy roles for the expression of human sexuality, 

— to pray that God will grant national repentance, to forgive our sin, 
and to deliver us from our national obsession with all forms of 
sexual behavior which deviate from His revealed will. 



STATEMENT REGARDING 
MINISTERIAL STANDING OF WOMEN 

The Conservative Congregational Christian Conference affirms certain 
doctrines and principles as basic to its existence and, therefore, non- 
negotiable in its practice. Among these are its commitment to the full Divine 
inspiration and authority of the Bible; the automonous polity of our local 
churches; and the importance of maintaining unity without denying 
diversity. Each of these three affirmations has been considered as vital to 
our position with regard to the ministerial standing of women in our 
Conference. 

A significant amount of study has been done by evangelicals on this 
subject in recent years. It appears evident to us that Christians, equally 
committed to the authority of Holy Scripture, may disagree on whether 
or not the Scriptures allow for the ordination of women. We recognize 
that some defenders of women's ordination do so upon principles which 
sacrifice biblical authority. We in no way support such efforts. We affirm 
that persons who are firmly committed to the authority of God's Word, 
though they differ in their interpretations of the Word on this subject, are 
welcome to hold their convictions with clear conscience within our 
fellowship. 

No church within our Conference is required to teach and practice a 
viewpoint, with regard to ordaining women, which is against the conviction 
of that particular assembly. Each congregation ordains whom it freely 
chooses, thus preserving its own autonomy. Whoever is duly ordained in 
a local church, whether male or female, may apply to the CCCC Credentials 
Committee and, if qualified, be recognized as ordained. This should not 
be understood as Conference approval nor disapproval of the ordination 
of women, but rather as recognition of the conscientious action of an 
autonomous congregation. 

We urge, in this issue as in others, that members of the Conference relate 
to one another in a spirit of love and unity. Members are not asked to 
compromise their own convictions, but are asked to respect the right of 
others, who are also devoted to the Head of the Church and to His Word, 
to hold their own convictions as well. 



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OTHER POSITION PAPERS 

1. Christian Education and the C.C.C.C. 

2. Colleges, Bible Schools and Theological Seminaries and the C.C.C.C. 

3. Missions and the C.C.C.C. 

4. Theology and the C.C.C.C. 



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